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A work of fiction but based on actual events, The Double Agents is the team effort of W.E.B. Griffin and his son William E. Butterworth IV. The most exciting and suspenseful tale in the “Men at War” series thus far begins when OSS Director “Wild Bill” Donovan comes up with a plan that, if carried out perfectly, might mean the end of Hitler and the Axis powers. It’s up to agent Dick Canidy and his colleagues to carry it out. Their mission: to somehow fool Hitler into believing that the Allied invasion of Europe will take place anywhere but on the beaches of German-occupied France.
It will take just one wrong move or one slip of the tongue to send the whole thing to hell—and give the German army advance notice of the Normandy landing. And the scariest part of it all: The Germans are making swift advances in their chemical weapons and biological warfare programs.
Will the OSS agents dare risk so much on a plan where so much can go so wrong?
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