1940 -- The united States is not at war, but Commander Mark Kurtan, USN, musts contend with a German spy aboard his ship and Adolph Hitler’s orders to capture it. Kurtan commands the first American ship to be equipped with radar. Hitler, Roosevelt, Churchill, and other prominent historic, political, and military leaders, and events of the time, are interwoven into Kurtan’s plight. While fighting a secret, undeclared war at sea with the Germans, and with a spy creating mayhem aboard his ship, Kurtan must decide between the life of his wife and family or the lives of his crew.
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Allan Dorfman is a native of Brooklyn and now resides in San Diego County’s north coastal area. He attended Brooklyn College, The Brooklyn Museum of Arts and Sciences, The New York Institute of Finance, UC Los Angeles and San Diego, and the U.S. Army Information School. The author currently manages his own international real estate and business brokerage company. He was a news writing specialist for the U.S.A. Information Service, a plumber, an architectural designer, stock broker, and a builder and developer. Allan spends his time writing, sending and receiving E-mail from property and business owners throughout the world, studying history, and webmastering his business’s web site.
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Descrizione libro Xlibris Corp, 2000. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 738822019