Historical fiction meets science fiction-as you've never read either of them before-in this riveting "what if" retelling of World War II. Extensively researched at a top-secret British decoding facility, this imaginative story by Bob Ackerman is grounded in facts that make you wonder whether maybe this is the true account, after all.
In 1941, American naval officer Jeffry Williams is handpicked to serve at England's Bletchley Park on an Enigma code-breaking team with Colin Henricks and Kerra Dawes. They soon pick up on a series of messages codenamed "the Doppelgänger Project." Although they can discern how important it is to the Germans, they can't figure out what exactly they're plotting. With the German scientific advancements during the war continuing to amaze Allied forces, the code breakers know it's foolish to underestimate the Nazis. Do they have what it takes to decipher the puzzle-before it topples the Allies in a way no one can fathom?
Follow Jeff, Colin, and Kerra as they navigate military intelligence, special assignments, and Nazi monstrosities, all while trying to determine who they can trust in a world clouded by war.
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About the Author
Bob Ackerman is a writer, producer, and director who resides in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. He earned his BFA degree in film and TV from New York University and went on to run a video and media production firm for over twenty-five years. Eventually transitioning to fiction writing, his first two novels are evidence of his passion for supernatural and science fiction literature.