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  • Published: 13 August 2024
  • ISBN: 9780399171222
  • Imprint: Putnam
  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 384
  • RRP: $70.00

W.E.B. Griffin Zero Option



November 1943. Stalin is pressing the Allies to open a second front in Europe in order to ease the pressure on the bloody grinding war in the East. Roosevelt and Churchill agree to meet the Soviet premier in Tehran. 
Wild Bill Donovan, the charismatic leader of the OSS, has intelligence that someone is planning to assassinate either or both of the Western leaders at the conference. He sends his best agent, Dick Canidy, to thwart the plan, but how can he do that when he doesn't even know if the killer is a Nazi or an Ally?

Dick Canidy races to stop an assassin from disrupting a vital conference that will shape the course of World War II in the latest electrifying entry in W.E.B. Griffin's New York Times bestselling Men at War series.

November 1943. Stalin is pressing the Allies to open a second front in Europe in order to ease the pressure on the bloody grinding war in the East. Roosevelt and Churchill agree to meet the Soviet premier in Tehran. 
Wild Bill Donovan, the charismatic leader of the OSS, has intelligence that someone is planning to assassinate either or both of the Western leaders at the conference. He sends his best agent, Dick Canidy, to thwart the plan, but how can he do that when he doesn't even know if the killer is a Nazi or an Ally?

  • Published: 13 August 2024
  • ISBN: 9780399171222
  • Imprint: Putnam
  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 384
  • RRP: $70.00

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Praise for W.E.B. Griffin Zero Option


Praise for The Devil's Weapons:

"Kirsanow ticks off all the boxes, including beautiful women and interesting historical figures. . . Griffin fans will be satisfied." --Publishers Weekly

"[A] fast-moving historical thriller. . . The tension never lets up, with twists and turns right up to the end.The adrenaline-filled action never stops in this satisfying war tale."--Kirkus Reviews

Praise for the Men at War series:

"Rich with witty banter and nail-biting undercover work."--Entertainment Weekly on The Double Agents

"Written with a special flair for the military heart and mind."--Kansas Daily Courier on The Last Heroes.