By Derek Robinson
1943. British Intelligence has ultimately bought to grips with the Eldorado community, Germany's so much winning undercover agent ring. It seems to be one guy in a small room in Lisbon, inventing phony (but convincing) studies. for 2 years he pulled the wool over German Intelligence's eyes, and made a killing..
The British quickly locate that Eldorado's a true handful. they carry him to England, to allow them to deal with his dispatches, and notice that dwelling with a genius could be a headache. Eldorado speedily creates a workforce of most sensible sub-agents round him. None of them exists. yet power--even imaginary power--is intoxicating, and he starts to regard his faux sub-agents as though actual. substantial hassle ahead.
Artillery of Lies is the hair-raising sequel to The Eldorado community, the entire extra humorous for being soundly in line with the genuine tale of a true moment global conflict undercover agent.
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If you killed an enemy officer you got more points. In practice, however, since there were so many fewer officers than soldiers, numbers as well began to count. As a consequence, though collecting heads was important, whose heads these were became less so. Indeed, the innocent passerby was sometimes slain so that he could contribute his head to a soldier's account. As in this war where, I was told, there were five heads all labeled: Traitorous Monk Enshin Akamatsu. Heads being this important, there was no question of taking prisoners of war.
KUMAGAI Suspicious, they demanded to be shown. And so the young emperor and his sister were ordered out. Here, while the guards were looking at them, I also had the opportunity of gazing at his majesty. He made a boyish girl when one knew he was a boy. While his sister cowered, his confusion was masculine, resolute. I felt a strong emotion-! was only three years older than he-which I set down to reverence. It began again to snow and there he stood, flakes in his locks. I gazed at the sight and my eyes shone.
I caught one of the men at such pleasantries and had him publicly flogged. The gathered men stared at the red muscle as a buttock split and there was a respectful hush-disturbed to be sure by the culprit's screams. Though this display muffled the ridicule, it did not increase my popularity. Since I was determined to make something of myself, however, a good reputation was called for and so I continued to enforce discipline. I detained the entire group for the remark of a single man and had numbers of them locked up, beatings were common.
Artillery Of Lies (Double Agent Trilogy, Book 2) by Derek Robinson