Brutal Enemy (Sgt. Dunn Novels Book 3)

Brutal Enemy Sgt Dunn Novels Book The third book in the popular Sgt Dunn World War II action thriller series picks up right where book two Behind German Lines left off Colonel Frank Rogers an American intelligence officer on the pl

  • Title: Brutal Enemy (Sgt. Dunn Novels Book 3)
  • Author: Ronn Munsterman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The third book in the popular Sgt Dunn World War II action thriller series picks up right where book two, Behind German Lines, left off.Colonel Frank Rogers, an American intelligence officer on the planning staff for the impending invasion of southern France, goes missing in northwest Italy Sgt Tom Dunn, recalled from his honeymoon, and his squad of lethal U S Army RaThe third book in the popular Sgt Dunn World War II action thriller series picks up right where book two, Behind German Lines, left off.Colonel Frank Rogers, an American intelligence officer on the planning staff for the impending invasion of southern France, goes missing in northwest Italy Sgt Tom Dunn, recalled from his honeymoon, and his squad of lethal U S Army Rangers are tasked with the impossible find and rescue the missing colonel before he is captured and gives up vital invasion intelligence Meanwhile, British Sergeant Malcolm Saunders and his Commandos parachute into Italy north of the impenetrable Gothic Line in an attempt to deliver a crushing blow to the German supply line.While Dunn and his men race across Italy in search of Rogers, the rescue operation takes an unexpected direction Suddenly, Dunn comes face to face with the brutal evil permeating the Nazis from Berlin to the occupied countries In Brutal Enemy, Munsterman takes the reader on a terrifying journey into Nazi occupied Italy with his trademark page turner pace.

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    1. GREAT JOB!As an amateur student of the history of WW II, I REALLY enjoyed Mr. Munstermann's Sgt. Dunn story. His depiction of the Nazi Gestapo officer was chilling, however I believe that was the author's intention. Having lived in Italy for 12 years after graduating from Veterinary School there, I would, if possible give Mr. Mustermann a quick lesson regarding Italian surnames. Using Florence as the dividing point between northern and southern Italy, Genoa is decidedly in the northern part of t [...]

    2. Another fast paced second World War fiction from Munsterman. Richard Dunn is at his usual best out-smarting the Germans. The book is an interesting read but one wonders whether the Germans were as inefficient and on occasions as stupid as they are made out to be in such novels. The ease with which Richard Dunn is able to take Colonel Rogers out of the captivity is indeed quite surprising. However, the most touching part of the book is the last chapter when Rogers visits Italy eleven years after [...]

    3. Very good read.If you love ww2 novels as I do, you will love this book. I got a little lost in the physical layout of the battle in the village, but that might be my feeble mind. The story provoked several emotions in me that included anger, sorrow, and love.

    4. War storyItwas to confusing . I have read better books. I really didn't, enjoy it much as other books I havead .s

    5. Great read.I have read the three ssgt. Dunn and truly enjoy them. Highly recommend these action packed, pay turners stories. Hurrah

    6. Great bookKeeps your attention right through the entire book right up to the very end great reading and great writing throughout.

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