It's 1940. Time is running out as Hitler's panzers race to trap and destroy the British Expeditionary Force in France. In a desperate bid to avoid the impending catastrophe, Winston Churchill sends to Germany a blind asset, a young American playboy named Paul Taylor Stoddart, on a desperate, high-risk mission to deceive the Nazis and save his battered army from total destruction. If Stoddart fails, Churchill will be disgraced, driven from office and possibly tried as a traitor.
Richard Lessner, PhD was a writer, columnist and editor at the Arizona Republic and The Union Leader of Manchester, New Hampshire. He earned his doctoral degree at Baylor University. Richard and his wife Pamela live in Cameron, MT.