Secret Betrayal' by Michael Williamson: book review by Virginia Luger “Secret Betrayal” by Michael Williamson is a story of intrigue set in 1944, the waning years of World War II, as the Allied commanders under Gen. Dwight Eisenhower are making the final decision on the invasion of Normandy. This thrilling and compelling novel will keep you riveted to the very end.
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buy romance, adventure and war ebooks online Cullin's future rests with Offenbach and his evolutionary power of Kundalini yoga, which he learned during previous deployment in India. He convinces her that he will fully cooperate only if granted immunity in western Canada. The entourage crosses the Atlantic and Canada has him under constant surveillance by bodyguards, spies and counter-spies.
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