THE RITTER DOUBLE CROSS by Frederick Nolan

THE RITTER DOUBLE CROSS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

ACHHHHHHH. . .tung -- an all too audible World War II mission possible story in which a British team is sent over to the town of Seelve in Germany, not only the nexus of autobahn roads and railway yards but also comprising a factory complex where a new kind of gas is made which will annihilate everything in sight within two minutes. Our men are betrayed by their leader who is working for his Fuhrer, but manage to salvage themselves and the operation. Subtlety is not Nolan's forte (he even includes himself in the story briefly) and the prose is very clunky.

Pub Date: March 3rd, 1975
ISBN: 184782031X
Publisher: Morrow