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It is the summer of 1943 and for President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, things seems to be going terribly wrong. The Operation Overland plans for the invasion of France seem to be stalling; Germany is mounting a new aerial torpedo rocket campaign; and, perhaps most ominous, top-secret Manhattan Project a-bomb research seems to be slipping into the hands of the Soviets. To stem this dangerous tide, FDR demands results from OSS spy chief "Wild Bill" Donovan who, in turn, calls in his ace field agent, Dick Canidy. An exciting new novel by World War II specialists W.E.B. Griffin and William E. Butterworth IV. Now in mass-market paperback and NOOK Book.