A Nazi plan to infiltrate key institutions and to assassinate President Franklin Roosevelt challenges the ingenuity of the three Americans who can thwart it--government investigator Henry Wyatt Eaton, FBI employee Constance Aiken, and Leon Thomas, a dedic
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Review: The Landing: A Novel of Washington and World War IIUser Review - Joe White - Goodreads
Very well written. The book is set in Washington, DC during the very early part of WW2. It has a side focus on the dynamic changes in population, both in volume and character background of the ... Read full review
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THE PLOT TO START A RACE WAR - New York Times
THE LANDING By Haynes Johnson and Howard Simons. 319 pp. ... ALTHOUGH it starts like one, ''The Landing'' is not a traditional World War II suspense novel. ...
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