In 1962, the Western powers’ leading scientists meet in London for a conference. A notorious Nazi war criminal is after an attendee from NASA who once worked on Hitler’s rocket program. But CIA agent Jack Stein will stop at nothing to protect him. Meanwhile, Stein’s loyal friend and intelligence source, Spencer Hall of MI5, is consumed with a personal vendetta. Soviet KGB and Israeli Mossad agents are in town too, and the secrets they’re after are nuclear in more ways than one. Inevitably, the volatile mixture of intelligence agents and ex-Nazis explodes with hair-raising action that will have readers at the edge of their seats.
Self- Publishing Review:
A novel of well-drawn characters, Duty and Betrayal will have you continually trying to guess at people’s motivations. It is written with a thorough knowledge of the time period and the inner workings of intelligence agencies, so it reads like a non-fictional account with the spirit of a thriller. Oliver playfully adds enough double crosses to satisfy any thriller reader, while still retaining an authentic depiction of the time.
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