Hinge of Destiny: D-Day 1946 James Armentrout

ISBN: 9781413704020

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Hinge of Destiny: D-Day 1946  by  James Armentrout

Hinge of Destiny: D-Day 1946 by James Armentrout
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A shocking epic of humanity at war with itself, James ArmentroutA aa s latest novel looks at a cold war that might have been. Political wrangling and secret weapons of mass destruction combine in Hinge of Destiny to paint a picture of a world goneMoreA shocking epic of humanity at war with itself, James ArmentroutA a�a s latest novel looks at a cold war that might have been. Political wrangling and secret weapons of mass destruction combine in Hinge of Destiny to paint a picture of a world gone mad. The year is 1950A a�A] the Allies have all but lost the Second World War.

The German Empire dominates Europe and most of Russia. National Socialism threatens to spread throughout the world, halted only by the threat of nuclear weapons. In this alternate reality Naval Commander Paul Straker suddenly finds himself thrust into the world of espionage and is tasked with rescuing a captured American scientist. In an all-or-nothing battle to save freedom itself, Straker comes up against GermanyA a�a s notorious SS commando Otto Skorzeny, only to learn that he has been betrayed by his fellow spies and left to fend for himself.



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