By Ken Follett
D-Day is drawing close. They don’t recognize the place or whilst, however the Germans be aware of it’ll be quickly, and for Felicity “Flick” Clariet, the stakes have by no means been larger. A senior agent within the ranks of the targeted Operations govt (SOE) chargeable for sabotage, Flick has survived to develop into one among Britain’s most appropriate operatives in Northern France. She is familiar with that the Germans’ skill to thwart the Allied assault relies on their strains of communications, and within the days sooner than the invasion no aim is of better strategic value than the most important mobilephone alternate in Europe.
But whilst Flick and her Resistance-leader husband try out an immediate, head-on attack that is going horribly flawed, her global turns the wrong way up. Her staff destroyed, her husband lacking, her superiors not sure of her, her personal self belief badly shaken, she has one final probability on the aim, however the problem, as soon as daunting, is now close to very unlikely. the hot plan calls for an all-woman crew, none of them execs, to be assembled and expert inside days. Code-named the Jackdaws, they're going to try and infiltrate the trade less than the noses of the Germans—but the Germans are looking ahead to them now and feature plans in their personal. There are secrets and techniques Flick doesn't know—secrets in the German ranks, secrets and techniques between her rapidly recruited staff, secrets and techniques between these she trusts the main. and because the hours tick all the way down to the purpose of no go back, such a lot daunting of all, there are secrets and techniques inside herself. . . .
Filled with the robust storytelling, unforgettable characters, and real aspect that experience turn into his hallmarks, Jackdaws is Ken Follett writing on the peak of his powers.