The Honor of Spies

The Honor of Spies

Large Print - 2009
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While World War II rages on in Europe, 24-year-old Cletus Frade has been hired to spring Wilhelm Frogger, a German officer, from a Mississippi prisoner-of-war camp. Having learned that Frogger has masterminded a plot to assassinate Hitler, Frade plans on bringing the war to a swift end. However, a rogue group of fascists, led by Argentinean Colonel Juan Peron, plans on thwarting the coup and snuffing out both Frade and Frogger.
Publisher: New York : G. P. Putnam's Sons, 2009.
Edition: Large print ed.
ISBN: 9780399156052
0399156054
Characteristics: 930 p. (large print) ; 23 cm.

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goldenpaw
Jul 19, 2010

As with most of Griffin's books, there tends to be a lot of repetition (from different characters' points of view), and the plot meanders along leading up to a quick finish, almost as if he is coming up on his deadline. However, I enjoy the characters and plotlines, so can forgive those things. A typical Griffin read and still quite enjoyable.

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johnson_3
May 12, 2010

Great fun and always interesting bits of history

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