On the edge of your seat
Andrew Gross’s World War II thriller weaves fact into fiction and keeps suspense high.
By OLINE H. COGFIL / SUN SENTINEL
February 14, 2018 23:29
2 minute read.
The Parliament of Norway Building under Nazi occupation during the Second World War.
(photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)
Sun Sentinel (Tribune News Service) - Wars generate myriad stories about heroism, resistance groups and intrigue. Some tales endure, while others fade because other wars and sagas take their place.In The Saboteur, Andrew Gross returns to World War II for a thrilling tale about members of the Norwegian resistance who undertake a near-impossible mission to stop a Nazi plan to build an atomic bomb. To do this, they have to sabotage the heavy water production at a remote Norwegian factory.