Angel, Archangel

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St. Martin's, 1990 - Fiction - 338 pages
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During the final days of World War II, Robert Fleming and Piet Kruze, two of Britain's top intelligence agents, are given the task of stealing an experimental German jet fighter, but they are unaware of a vicious Soviet plot that threatens the entire worl

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Near the close of World War II, the Nazis are in disarray and the Allies are vying for power. Cook's skillful novel examines how individuals in such an environment bend the notion of a cause to gain ... Read full review

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About the author (1990)

For more than a decade, NICK COOK has served as aviation editor of "Jane's Defense Weekly," the world's leading military-affairs journal. His articles have also appeared in newspapers worldwide. He lives in London.

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