On England's Cornish coast, the fishing village of Cold Harbour has been staffed with a small army -- trained to engage in covert action in France, disguised as Nazi officers. In the crucial weeks before D-Day, Cold Harbour is launching the most extraordinary deceit of the war.
For Craig Osbourne, an American agent and Nazi torture survivor, it means working for a ruthless, devious commander. For Genevieve it means she must return to her relatives' French chateau, infiltrate a Nazi strategy session, and come out with the secrets the Allies need to invade France. But on a mission to hell, she and Osbourne have more than the enemy to fear -- and a murderous labyrinth to survive.
This paperback is in very good condition with light spine creases, page tanning, and cover rubbing.