The Eagle Has Flown

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Simon and Schuster, 1991 - Fiction - 336 pages
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As an increasingly isolated and insane Hitler pursues his hopeless war, betrayal and treachery reach the highest levels of the Third Reich.

German intelligence knows that paratroop officer Steiner survived "Operation Eagle," the bungled assassination attempt on Winston Churchill, and is now a POW somewhere in London. Reichsführer Himmler wants him back -- at any cost -- and puts his top espionage agents in charge of the perilous rescue mission.

Racing from the nightclubs of Lisbon to Hitler's opulent country retreat to the damp streets of London, Himmler's men get closer to their target -- and to the shattering true objective of their mission....


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User Review  - DeaconBernie - LibraryThing

In this instance, the sequel is clearly better than the original. Higgins keeps his heroes hopping around from Germany to France to England and Ireland. Ireland continues to be the land of milk and ... Read full review

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User Review  - abhidd1687 - LibraryThing

a deserving end to the prequel "the eagle has landed" this book brings bak the mischievious liam devlin bak and that too with a bang and panache... Read full review

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Jack Higgins is among the world's most popular authors. Since the publication of The Eagle Has Landed -- one of the biggest selling thrillers of all time -- every novel he has written has become an international bestseller, including Day of Reckoning and Midnight Runner. He has had simultaneous number one bestsellers in hardcover and paperback, and has been published in thirty-eight languages worldwide. He lives with his wife on Jersey in the Channel Islands.

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