Three to a Loaf: A Novel of the Great War by Lt. Col. (Ret). Michael J. Goodspeed

Three to a Loaf: A Novel of the Great War

byLt. Col. (Ret). Michael J. Goodspeed

Kobo ebook | March 4, 2008

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Three to a Loaf is the First World War story of Rory Ferrall, a young Canadian officer of Anglo-German descent who, after being wounded and disfigured at Ypres, comes to the attention of British military intelligence. Ferrall's German background is valuable to the war's planners. Hundreds of German-Americans had returned to the Fatherland to fight for the Kaiser at the outbreak of war in August 1914 and the British captured one. Cleverly trained to impersonate the captured German-American officer, Ferrall is smuggled into wartime Germany to infiltrate the German General Staff and discover their top-secret plan to break the stalemate on the Western Front.

A page-turning novel of war and espionage, Three to a Loaf is also a portrait of societies and individuals pushed to the breaking point, and in some cases, beyond. Michael Goodspeed artfully blends the tension of a thriller with period detail, the detached commentary of a nitty-gritty travelogue, and psychological understanding of a harried man facing soul-destroying ethical decisions.

Title:Three to a Loaf: A Novel of the Great WarFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 4, 2008Publisher:DundurnLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1926577345

ISBN - 13:9781926577340

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Read This was a remarkable novel. It was a great read and I had trouble putting it down. The plot is a real steam-roller, the characters are entirely believable; the research that went into this must have been enormous as it is accurate in some of the most minute details. If you like history, espionage and intrigue this has it. This novel is truly a sleeper. I can't recommend it enough
Date published: 2009-02-10