Jack D. Hunter served in WWII in the War Department Intelligence Center as a counterespionage agent. As an undercover agent, he directed "Operation Nursery", the lengthy counterintelligence effort credited with thwarting the only known organized plot to perpetuate the Nazi system after Hitler's downfall.
This is one of the worst historical spy fiction novels I have ever encountered. The dialogue is ridiculous and the actions of the main character are totally unrealistic. Skip this one. Buy an Alan Furst or WEB Griffin novel instead.
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