The Secret Warriors by W.E.B. Griffin

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The Secret Warriors by W.E.B. Griffin

1942, Washington, D.C. Richard Canidy, an expert OSS pilot, plans an air maneuver to drop spies into the Belgian Congo to smuggle out uranium ore, which is critical to the weapons race, with the aid of Charles A. Lindbergh. Canidy isn’t in the cockpit this time; he’s the backup pilot. And, despite the fact that he isn’t used to waiting for things to go wrong, he knows it will…

The Secret Warriors by W.E.B. Griffin

The Last Heroes (1997), a paperback first published (in 1985) under the alias Alex Baldwin, is the second chapter in the Men at War epic, which began with The Last Heroes (1997). Griffin is the author of numerous successful WWII series, including the Marine Corps, Navy, and now the OSS’s shadow warriors, commanded by “Wild Bill” Donovan.

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The first chapter of this new tale saw the discovery of uranium ore in the Belgian Congo. This time, the OSS must parachute spies into the Belgian Congo and smuggle out minerals for use in constructing atomic bombs, among other tasks. Because the Germans may be developing their own nuclear weapons, secrecy is the only option. shrewd, incisive, and exciting entertainment

It is November 1942 when The Soldier Spies begins. In Europe, a war is brewing. North Africa’s invasion has begun. OSS commander William J. Donovan is conducting a rear-guard war in Washington against an unexpected foe: competing intelligence directors at home. Second Lieutenant Eric Fulmar waits in the desert in Morocco for a car carrying two high-ranking defectors—or will it be filled with SS soldiers instead?
In England, Major Richard Canidy is given the assignment of a lifetime: to infiltrate Germany’s heartland and extract the man who has the secret to the jet engine before the Germans do. Is this our only option?
An unpiloted flying bomb under development. At least, that’s what Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., a lieutenant, believe.

Adventure abounds, fueled by the narrative realism, fascinating characters, and Griffin’s unique ability to capture the military heart and mind that has made his books so popular. “Griffin is among the finest storytellers in any genre,” according to The Soldier Spies.

The Secret Warriors by W.E.B. Griffin

Griffin has written a fascinating book that is quick and easy to read and will keep the reader’s attention from the start to the final page. As they serve their nation, the characters are sent on numerous tasks that take them to various locations. People who enjoy a good suspense thriller should read the Secret warriors

No one captures the drama of war as brilliantly as bestselling author W.E.B. Griffin. The Corps is his multi-volume portrait of the Marine Corps, the brave men and women who fought, loved and died in the sweeping turmoil of WW II.

About the Writer:

W. E. B. Griffin is one of William E. Butter worth III’s eight aliases. He was born on November 10, 1929, in Newark, New Jersey. In 1946, he enrolled as a soldier in the United States Army and attended Fort Holabird for counterintelligence training. After serving on the staff of Commander of the US Constabulary, Major General I.D. White, in the Army of Occupation in Germany, Butter worth left the army in 1947, but rejoined and served with White again in Korea from 1951 to 1953. Butter-worth remained in Korea as a war journalist after quitting the military for the second time. He was eventually promoted to chief of the Signal Aviation Test and Support Activity’s publications section at the Army Aviation Center in Fort Rucker, Alabama.

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