When FDR declared war in 1941, a plot was set in motion that could rock the world. Unknown to many, German agents were in the U.S. One of them – Martin Browning – had a mission to go to D.C. and assassinate FDR during the lighting of the national Christmas tree. And as it turns out, his surprise guest was Winston Churchill, over from England to meet with our president and talk about the war. This could have gone terribly wrong for the Allies, were it not for a Hollywood script reader who had been spying on the spies – the German bund of L.A. And now it is up to Kevin Cusack to stop the assassination. Or will it be aspiring actress Vivian, or perhaps the FBI Agent Frank Carter. This is a war-time thriller that is as entertaining as the best war movie. If you like to read about espionage and WWII, this is your next good read.
–Linda Bond, Auntie’s Books, Spokane, WA