Hornet Flight

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Hornet Flight

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A brilliant tale of wartime espionage from the master storyteller In June 1941 a baffling Luftwaffe radio message mentioning a new invention with the code name Freya (the Viking goddess of love) is picked up by the decoders of Allied intelligence. Hermia Mount, a British intelligence analyst, suspects the existence of an experimental radar station on the coast of Denmark. M A brilliant tale of wartime espionage from the master storyteller In June 1941 a baffling Luftwaffe radio message mentioning a new invention with the code name Freya (the Viking goddess of love) is picked up by the decoders of Allied intelligence. Hermia Mount, a British intelligence analyst, suspects the existence of an experimental radar station on the coast of Denmark. Meanwhile, young Harald Olufsen, a brilliant Danish student, has spotted an unusual installation near his island home. Unable to resist a challenge, Harald is soon drawn into Hermias investigation but, when he finally learns the truth, he finds the only way of getting to England with the information is in a near-derelict Hornet Moth biplane, mouldering away in the nave of a ruined church...


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A brilliant tale of wartime espionage from the master storyteller In June 1941 a baffling Luftwaffe radio message mentioning a new invention with the code name Freya (the Viking goddess of love) is picked up by the decoders of Allied intelligence. Hermia Mount, a British intelligence analyst, suspects the existence of an experimental radar station on the coast of Denmark. M A brilliant tale of wartime espionage from the master storyteller In June 1941 a baffling Luftwaffe radio message mentioning a new invention with the code name Freya (the Viking goddess of love) is picked up by the decoders of Allied intelligence. Hermia Mount, a British intelligence analyst, suspects the existence of an experimental radar station on the coast of Denmark. Meanwhile, young Harald Olufsen, a brilliant Danish student, has spotted an unusual installation near his island home. Unable to resist a challenge, Harald is soon drawn into Hermias investigation but, when he finally learns the truth, he finds the only way of getting to England with the information is in a near-derelict Hornet Moth biplane, mouldering away in the nave of a ruined church...
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Title Hornet Flight Height 13
Ken Follett Width 3.6
ISBN-13 9780330509893 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #0330509896 Spine Width
Publisher Abdo Publishing Company Pages 592
Edition 2010 Availability In Stock

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