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Author: Alistair Maclean
While Tito’s rebel forces resist occupation, the Germans infiltrate and plan their destruction. Three Yugoslavs set out from Rome to relay the German battle plan -- but their loyalties lie elsewhere. A dangerous journey with dangerous companions -- where no one is who they seem -- where the three find intrigue and betrayal around every cor...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780449203422
ISBN-10: 0449203425
Publication Date: 6/12/1984
Pages: 276
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Publisher: Fawcett
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette
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Although he prefers the simple, direct life, Mafor Peter Petersen's life is far from simple.

Against the backdrop of the Balkan Peninsula during World War II, Peter leads a commando force to deliver a vital message to the Partisans. Peter knows it won't be a smooth operation. That sixth sense a veteran acquires warns him of a set up. His orders reek of double cross and deception.

Allo the surprises and twists that have become the hallmark of a MacLean story are here in an atmosphere of intrique, danger and unparalleled suspense.