Book: Eagle Saboteurs - When Hitler's saboteurs secretly invaded the USA by Thor Blakecategories: Book, Espionage, Mystery, Suspense, Military, World War Two, Action, Adventure, FBI, Investigation, Crime, Historical Fiction, Spy Thriller
Thor Blakeabout this book: This is a historical fiction based on operation Pastorius. The operation was highly classified and an ambitious plan to sabotage the US war industry. The highly riskful mission was given to eight men who were trained by the Nazi-Germany intelligence service, Abwehr.
The story follows a team of saboteurs on their operation in America. The whole operation quickly falls out of control as they stumble themselves on a night patrol. They find themselves struggling to keep themselves alive. Fear creeps from every corner in their sight. They start to question each other as they get infected with paranoid thoughts. They question each others loyalty for the operation. They even start to question themselves. As men who lived in America but were born in Germany they begin to ask who they're betraying. The whole saboteur-operation result to become one of the biggest manhunt in the FBI's history.
Learn and experience the danger of being a spy in a foreign country in the year 1942.
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