Cold Harbour

Cold Harbour

The time is May, 1944, the dark heart of a world war that has driven a generation of the best and brightest into conflict - and espionage...Off the coast of Brittany a top OSS agent, Craig Osbourne, is floating helplessly, waiting to rendez-vous with an allied ship...Then, from out of the fog, a Nazi E Boat - with the name Lili Marlene on its prow - approaches. As the German sailors pull Osbourne over the rail, he knows he is about to die...until he comes face to face with a man he had last seen at Harvard in 1939...

From Jack Higgins, here is an explosive tale of subterfuge, daring, and men on the razor's ege of war...
  • Simon & Schuster Audio | 
  • ISBN 9780743542876 | 
  • July 2004

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