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The Saboteurs by W.E.B. Griffin
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Let me start by saying that upon examining the copyright found in the book, the copyright was entirely attributed to the younger Butterworth, not the same man who wrote the first four novels of this series, I believe in the 1980s.

That said, this book was one of the worst examples of literary coherency I've ever read for any reason except taking a class. The villains are incompetent to the point of almost nonexistent, while the heroes are inept and ineffective at anything but providing a camera from which to show you a bunch of men fighting a world war. And by fighting a world war, I mean sitting around drinking coffee and alcohol while discussing largely random and irrelevant things. At the end, there was almost, kind of, sort of, a point, but the author missed. Sorry.

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