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The Honor of Spies by W.E.B. Griffin
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Aug 11, 10

Read from July 22 to August 11, 2010

W.E.B GRIFFIN IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE AUTHORS - LOVE HOW HE INCORPORATES MILLITARY OR LAW ENFORCEMENT TECHNIQUES WITH STORIES OF PEOPLE WHO ARE IN THOSE FIELDS.

THIS BOOK TAKES PLACE IN 1943 IN ARGENTINA. THERE ARE GERMANS WHO ARE FAITHRUL TO HITLER, THOSE WHO THINK IS IS CRAZY INVOLVED. THERE ARE AMERICANS, RUSSIANS AND LOCALS--AND EVERYONE IN BETWEEN. THE BOOK WAS VERY INTERESTING WITH ITS INFORMATION ABOUT SPYING AND COUNTER SPYING. MY PROBLEM WAS THAT IT HAD WAY TOO MANY CHARACTERS ALL DOINGS SOMETHING DIFFERENT AND I WAS KEPT HAVING TO RE READ PARTS.

I WOULD HAVE LIKED THE BOOK BETTER IF IT HAD A LITTLE LESS DETAIL.
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