Enigma

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Wheeler Pub Incorporated, 1996 - Fiction - 445 pages
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A novel by the Author of 'Fatherland'. In a desperate race against time, Tom Jericho knows that to ensure Allied victory he must crack the Nazis' impenetrable Enigma code before German U-boats sink hundreds more American convoys bringing supplies and munitions to Europe. If he solves the puzzle, thousands of Allied troops will live. If not, Jericho and his peers face the responsibility for a massacre. But, when British and U.S. Intelligence suspect a possible leak in security, everyone is suspect, and Jericho must use his genius, and his heart, to clear both his and his lover's names.

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Technical Jargon stunts WWII tale.

User Review  - Sean from Ohio - Borders

I'm a big fan of historical fiction, and "Fatherland" is one of my favorite books but this novel by Robert Harris was too thick in technical cryptanalst speak to hook me. The reveals were somewhat ... Read full review

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Author Robert Harris was born in Nottingham, England in 1957. He attended King Edward VII College and Selwyn College. He has worked as a BBC journalist, the Political Editor of the Observer, and a columnist for The Sunday Times and Daily Telegraph. He was named Columnist of the Year by the British Press in 2003. He has written both fiction and nonfiction books and currently lives in Berkshire, England.

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