OSS by Iain Cross
Dirty Tricks

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WWII. The Office of Strategic Services, a covert wartime intelligence organization is created by highly decorated US Army Colonel William 'Wild Bill' Donovan in coordination with the intrepid British-Canadian Spymaster, William Stephenson.

Peter Brandt, an American fighter pilot, flying for the RAF, is shot down behind enemy lines and manages to escape German occupied territory with a prize, the beautiful and dangerous SS Obersturmführer, Agnes Hengel.

Peter is recruited by Donovan and Stephenson to lead an undercover OSS team on a mission deep inside German territory; their goal, to sabotage the Nazi war machine and prevent the creation of a powerful new weapon..

The precursor to the CIA, the OSS conducted countless intelligence missions during WWII and while many of their stories are now known, many others remain shrouded in secrecy.

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Published March 21, 2013 150 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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