Desperate to find someone to unite the battling interests of General Douglas MacArthur, Admiral Chester Nimitz, and OSS Chief "Wild Bill" Donovan, President Franklin D. Roosevelt puts Fleming Pickering in charge of the OSS’s Pacific operations. Immediately, two urgent missions fall into his lap: to contact and rescue a band of former American servicemen and their dependents on the run from the Japanese in the Gobi Desert of Mongolia; and at the same time, to set up a weather station in the Gobi to help direct planned aerial attacks against Japan.
If you are going to write a series, don't be lazy in the end. The story is good but takes a meandering path toward a rushed ending. Still not a bad book in a great series, but it's like the author grew impatient with his own work. Plus, there are some glaring editing errors in continuity. Still....not bad.
Excellent narration by Dick Hill!