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The Second Objective

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 19, 2007

    Good WW II read

    Bernie Oster was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York City. His parents were German immigrants and decided to return to the homeland when Bernie was a teenager. Bernie is an American through and through, but when he¿s inducted into the German army, he has no choice but to serve. When he is forced to teach German soldiers to speak and think like Americans so they can pretend to be Americans, so they can kill Americans, Bernie tries to find a way to BE an American, and hopefully to come out of the war alive. Earl Grannit is with the newly formed CID (Criminal Investigation Division) of the American army. He discovers GI¿s killed at a checkpoint, he soon finds that the blood letting has just begun. When a German dressed as an American reveals the Second Objective the chase is on. Ever wonder what made the Nazis tick? What would you do in Bernie¿s place? Find out. Mark Frost keeps the history factual, embellishing the historic possibilities to make the reader realize that even if the second objective isn¿t actual, it could have been. Scary thought, good book. Reviewed by Wanda C. Keesey

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