It is February 1942 and the war in the Atlantic looks grim for the Allied convoys. The 'Great Blackout' has started, leaving the spy centre of Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire at a loss as to what the Nazis are planning. U-boat Command has changed the Hydra cipher. The Enigma cannot be broken. Cipher experts can no longer eavesdrop on Nazi command, which leaves convoys open for attack by packs of marauding Nazi submarines. Winning the Battle of the Atlantic will surely give Hitler a final victory. And who can stop him?
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The feeling of what it must have been like in wartime London, the absolute grey bleekness...almost defeated...but an answer is needed. Human relationships strained but even more important they along with the nation...must survive. A wonderful book especially if you appreciate history and a good "read" that will hold you to the last page. Holds all thr ingrediants of a great historical novel....accurate historical reporting and warm real characters.....could not put it down...could not wait to get in bed, warm drink, light just right. William krawchuck
Worst book I have read in years! This is mostly a collection of WWII trivia that the charactors reveal while discussing their mission. The mission by the way is stupid and unlikely but never mind, you must let British authors write this sort of thing. Most of them are not old enough to have been there and it is obviously part of their revisionist history to have their public school boys run circles around the enemy and their allies. Simply trash of not even humorous value. That I paid money for this really hurts.