Cherbourg Harbor was the key to the success of the D-Day offensive. If the Allied Forces were denied it as a port of entry for vital armaments and supplies, their campaign would be strangled to death by starvation or Wehrmacht counter-attack. They dragged the man they called The Sergeant -- C. J. Mahoney, code-name: Parrot -- a rough, tough son-of-a-gun, fresh from the hospital and a wild affair with a virginal young nurse, back to the battlefront to save the harbor. His assignment was simple: with five men, break into an impregnable Nazi fortress guarded by a regiment. Then disarm the detonators that would blow Cherbourg Harbor -- and the Sergeant -- to hell and gone ...
About the Author
Born in New Bedford, Massachusetts, Len Levinson served on active duty in the U.S. Army from 1954-1957, and graduated from Michigan State University with a BA in Social Science. He relocated to NYC that year and worked as an advertising copywriter and public relations executive before becoming a full-time novelist. Len created and wrote a number of series, including The Apache Wars Saga, The Pecos Kid and The Rat Bastards. He has had over eighty titles published, and PP is delighted to have the opportunity to issue his exceptional WWII series, The Sergeant in digital form. After many years in NYC, Len moved to a small town (pop. 3100) in rural Illinois, where he is now surrounded by corn and soybean fields ... a peaceful, ideal location for a writer.