Mercenary Sean Dillon is offered the choice of a firing squad or helping England. His job: locate documents linking important individuals to Hitler. With a leak, ruthless enemies and withheld information can even the skilled Sean succeed?
Sean is skilled, witty and calm under pressure. He and the other characters provide humor through witty banter. The tale is suspenseful up to the end when who will succeed in possessing the documents becomes unclear. The tale pulls the reader into the turbulence of WWII Berlin, the powerful halls of London and the beauty of the Caribbean. Thunder Point could be a good match for those looking for suspense, fun characters, spies and/or exciting locales.
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