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Heinemann, London. 1990. Europe torn apart by the violence and terror of World War 11. On a dark night in early 1944, OSS agent Craig Osbourne floated helplessly in the sea off the coast of Brittany. Hearing the rumble of engines just beyond his line of vision, he thought he was finished when the wrong torpedo boat coasted out of the fog to pick him up: a German Eboat with the name 'Lili Marlene' emblazoned on its prow. As the Kriegsmarine sailors pulled him over the rail and the Fregattenkapitan on the bridge turned to look down at him, Craig Osbourne knew his war, and his life, really were over - until he found himself face to face with a man he had last seen at Harvard in 1939. Near fine condition. 265pp. 243 x 155 mm