They Came From Benghazi
by Darrell Egbert (317p, softcover, Words: 82755)
What finally is the truth about a lost bomber discovered four hundred miles into the Libyan Desert from its base in Benghazi sixteen years after the War, and what is the truth about the notorious Israeli Nokmim revenge killers. And what is the famous Coco Chanel doing keeping company with a young German Waffen SS officer who is the favorite of Adolph Hitler.
And what is Hitler's personal interest in two obscure American inventors. And how did he plan to destroy the new Jewish state, using these inventions, many years after his death in his Berlin Bunker. These are just some of the ingredients of this fast paced novel of intrigue and adventure that will keep you guessing and entertained from beginning to end.
Darrell Egbert writes with a personal knowledge of his locales from the Kasbah at Tangier to the Medina and women's prison in the Bousbier of post-war Casablanca. This is another of his well written page turners that pushes the edge, and leaves you wondering how many of the participants he might have known personally.
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