|Forest of Death (1977) [Novel]|
by Jon Barton
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(From the publisher):
Poland. A nation caught up in the brutal beginnings of one of the bloodiest wars in the history of mankind. Prey to the territorial ambitions of two tyrants - Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin. Like hungry wolves the armies of Germany and Russia descend upon a nation too weak to defend itself against such terrible odds. Bent on ripping it apart.
Back in England the crack special unit Deathshop are preparing to join the fight and to establish contact with the Polish underground... There are pockets of resistance and none prouder or fiercer than that led by Andrzej Zoborski. In the towns and forests around Warsaw Stephen Hart, Jake Connolly and Danny Rivers join Zoborski in his struggle against the twinned horrors of the Gestapo and the NKVD.
FOREST OF DEATH is the second book in an action-packed, hard-hitting series featuring the daring exploits of the men, and women, who comprise Deathshop - an organisation where assassination and spying go hand in hand, where every toy contains explosives, every bunch of flowers a weapon!
Original title: Forest of Death
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Military and Naval Adventure
Fiction→ Historical→ World War II→ General