by Jack Murray
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Pub Date 27 Oct 2022 | Archive Date 07 Dec 2022
The third and final novel in Jack Murray’s Danny Shaw/Manfred Brehme series sees two soldiers battle their demons – not all of which are visible.
1941 – Operation Crusader has ended, pushing the Axis forces back into western Libya. But, with the Eighth Army’s supply lines stretched, and their forces spread out over miles of desert, this complicated and bitter warfare is far from over.
Manfred Brehme, exhausted by Rommel’s relentless pursuit, begins to question the war and his original motives as a member of the Hitler Youth. But, while confronting his own uncertainties, and the new and superior tanks of the Allied Forces, he must find the strength to keep going.
Still struggling from the loss of friends and comrades in Operation Crusader, and disillusioned by the leadership of the Allied forces, Danny battles his own fears and exhaustion while fighting a seemingly unstoppable enemy: an enemy that has pushed the Allies back across North Africa, winning battle after battle.
Under their new leader, Montgomery, the Allies make a stand at a remote railway station, El Alamein. With the fate of the war hanging in the balance, Danny Shaw and Manfred Brehme face the ultimate battle for survival…
As the closing novel in the Danny Shaw/Manfred Brehme trilogy, this is a must-read for that series’ many fans. It will also appeal to all readers of historical fiction, particularly those interested in the military and World War II.