Best-selling author W.E.B. Griffin teams up with his son William for this installment in the Men at War series, which follows a team of OSS agents during WWII. The Office of Strategic Services has now been tasked with convincing the Axis powers that the Allied forces will not be invading Europe via France's beaches. Layers of secrecy shroud the operation- anyone could be a double agent.
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by W.E.B. Griffin
by W.E.B. Griffin, William E. Butterworth, IV
by Louis Begley
"You can tell there's been an additional hand at work in this latest Men at War installment from W.E.B. Griffin. The writing isn't as deft as that of the master. But Paul Hecht prevails as he sails through the plot. In this segment, OSS Operative Dick Canidy must use disinformation to convince the Nazis that the European invasion will not start at the French coast. Hecht's German, French, and Cockney accents are near perfect as the authors shift from Axis to Allied headquarters. Notably missing, however, are the usual entertaining escapades of Canidy and a coterie of characters. Nonetheless, thanks to Hecht, Canidy's banter will keep listeners entertained. A.L.H. (c) AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine"
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