By Stephen Hunter
A captain within the British military, Basil St. Florian has been tasked with a perilous venture in the course of international warfare II. He has been despatched around the English Channel to discover and photo a manuscript that doesn't formally exist, one who could carry the main to a code that, if cracked, might hinder the deaths of thousands. St. Florian’s challenge offers him with one problem after one other, and it doesn’t support that the SS and the Abwehr are following his each flow in a cat-and-mouse chase throughout occupied France. yet St. Florian is prepared to chance his lifestyles to get to the manuscript—even if the genius professor Alan Turing can’t warrantly he’ll be capable to holiday the code.
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Citadel (Bibliomysteries Book 24) by Stephen Hunter