By Derek Robinson
1943. British Intelligence has ultimately bought to grips with the Eldorado community, Germany's so much profitable undercover agent ring. It seems to be one guy in a small room in Lisbon, inventing phony (but convincing) studies. for 2 years he pulled the wool over German Intelligence's eyes, and made a killing..
The British quickly locate that Eldorado's a true handful. they bring about him to England, to allow them to deal with his dispatches, and realize that dwelling with a genius could be a headache. Eldorado speedily creates a crew of best sub-agents round him. None of them exists. yet power--even imaginary power--is intoxicating, and he starts to regard his pretend sub-agents as though genuine. sizeable difficulty ahead.
Artillery of Lies is the hair-raising sequel to The Eldorado community, the entire extra humorous for being soundly in keeping with the real tale of a true moment global battle undercover agent.
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Artillery Of Lies (Double Agent Trilogy, Book 2) by Derek Robinson