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No Enemy But Time A Novel of the SouthArs later he becomes a powerful force in local society and a father figure to a young politician Will Mcueen While out diving with friends one day Will discovers a downed submarine Locked deep inside its hull is the key to generations of deceit and a secret that could destroy both men's live. The cover calls this a relentlessly paced thriller I guess that's a kind way to put it The book covers a period of than 200 years in less than 200 pages In other words it flies right past most of its own plot Tries to work in some themes about redemption in that insanely small space too
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Time brings back beloved characters and weaves a tale of espionage murder loyalty and ultimately the high cost of betrayal Spanning from World War II to the present the story tells of Francis Collins an IRA soldier turned Nazi spy placed on Savannah's No Enemy PDFEPUBcoast during the war Ye. My interest was grabbed immediately IRA member traded to Nazi's for weapons and and deployed as a spy on Savannah's coast only to become closely alingned to a prominent family What a beginning I enjoyed the story but can't say how disappointed I am that the book flap and all teasers I've seen for this book reaveal WAY to much of the storyline To truly savor this book do not read anything about it Just dive in
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No Enemy But Time A Novel of the South characters ↠ 107 Ñ [Read] ➳ No Enemy But Time A Novel of the South By William C. Harris Jr. – Feedmarkformulate.co.uk After the success of his bestselling novel Delirium of the Brave William C Harris Jr continues to fascinate readers with Southern intrigue in his second hiAfter the success of his bestselling novel Delirium But Time PDFEPUB #236 of the Brave William C Harris Jr continues to fascinate readers with Southern intrigue in his second historical thriller Set against the darkness of Jesus Island Georgia and the glitter of Savannah society No Enemy But. This was so good I loved the history part you could tell it was written by a man because he got straight to the point no frills and he wrote about the men I loved it looking for his other books