Intelligence officer Ellis Voigt fights toprevent the Soviets from infiltrating the Manhattan Project whilerunning fromenemies on both sides, in the thrilling sequel toThe Dead Don’t Bleed.
Washington, DC, 1945.
LieutenantEllis Voigt of the Office of Naval Intelligence is desperate to keep thesecrets that threaten his life. Thewar overseas is going well for America, butVoigt can’t escape a web of double-agents and undercover spies whofollowhis every move.
The FBI suspectsthat he is the communist who murdered a Naval officer in a Washington backalley. The Sovietsbelieve he’s holding back information from their contacts,and they’re willing to use any means necessary to extract it.
When Voigtis sent to New Mexico on a secret mission to identify a Soviet spy, he is tailedby both the FBI andthe Russians, and is running out of people he can trust. Asthe team at Los Alamos prepares to test an atomic bomb inthe desert, Voigt facesthe dilemma he’d been trying to avoid: he can stop the Soviets from getting thebomb or he cansave himselfbut he might not be able to do both.
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About the Author
David Krugler is a historian and novelist. He is a professor of history at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, where he has taught since completing his PhD at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.His first novel,The Dead Don’t Bleed, is also available from Pegasus Crime.