Code Name: Infamy (Aviator Book 4)

Code Name Infamy Aviator Book A Nazi s Nazi SS Generalleutnant von Bassenheim has no intention of surrendering And Lieutenant Commander Atsugi an Imperial pilot with nothing left to live for wants nothing less than total reveng

  • Title: Code Name: Infamy (Aviator Book 4)
  • Author: Leland Shanle
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A Nazi s Nazi, SS Generalleutnant von Bassenheim has no intention of surrendering And Lieutenant Commander Atsugi, an Imperial pilot with nothing left to live for, wants nothing less than total revenge With Axis powers facing defeat, the two men set out on a suicide mission in a submarine aircraft carrier with two nuclear weapons on board and two Sieran fighters destinedA Nazi s Nazi, SS Generalleutnant von Bassenheim has no intention of surrendering And Lieutenant Commander Atsugi, an Imperial pilot with nothing left to live for, wants nothing less than total revenge With Axis powers facing defeat, the two men set out on a suicide mission in a submarine aircraft carrier with two nuclear weapons on board and two Sieran fighters destined to drop their loads on American cities In a cat and mouse game spanning the globe, one OSS officer and a team of naval aviators and ship commanders race against the clock to find and destroy the rogue submarine.

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    1. Good, better, bestEach successive book in the aviator series is better than the one preceding it. By the time we get to Book 4, Shanle has become a first rate story teller. The first three books are pretty much historical fiction. The characters and specific incidents that drive the stories are fictional, but the context in which they are embedded are pure WWII history. "Code Name: Infamy" changes things up as pure fiction replaces history. The characters in the series are fully developed and by [...]

    2. Truly the Tom Clancy of WWII NovelsMany techno-thriller writers have been penned as “the next Tom Clancy,” but Lt. Commander Leland Shanle, USN (Ret.) is the real deal.A career naval aviator with over 600 carrier landings to his name, Shanle writes authoritatively, and in precise, seemingly effortless detail, as only one of his experience can. What’s more, he’s a writer’s writer, equally adept at creating colorful, memorable characters, and sizzling plot lines.Through Shanle, we get a [...]

    3. A must-read for any air combat enthusiast! Retired fighter pilot Leland Shanle has woven a fast-paced, globe-spanning tale of spies, aviators and secret weapons. This book has some of the best dogfights I've ever seen committed to paper; written by a man who has personally piloted everything from an F-4 phantom to civilian airliners. Though part of a larger series, works great as a standalone novel. Highly enjoyable, highly recommended for any World War 2 historical fiction fan.

    4. Awesome read!As usual, Shanle delivers a riveting book with more plot twists and turns than F4F Hellcat. I totally recommend this book to those readers that enjoy historical fiction.

    5. Well that's the series I guess.Quite a author, keeps the plot moving without turning it into a comic book. The proof reading and historical accuracy show the work and research put into this series.

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