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Stumbled across this browsing the st. The acclaimed novel of spies code breaking and intrigue in World War II Italy by bestselling The acclaimed novel of spies code breaking and intrigue in World War II Italy by bestselling Walter Murphy The Vicar of Christ Upon This Rock is now a convenient ebook Previously published by Macmillan and Dell this book is now presented in a uality digital edition including active Contents and proper ebook formattingItaly 1943The Target Enigma the German's bafflingly complex enciphering machine Its co. ,


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Review The Roman Enigma

Ore don t know anyone else that has De was unbreakable until ULTRA put the key to winning the war in Allied handsThe Plan A devious double cross to convince the Germans that their cipher is still secure Making devious double cross to convince the Germans that their cipher is still secure Making use of powerful Vatican connections it entails sending an agent into Nazi occupied Rome and making sure he is caughtThe Agent Roberto Rovere a *young Italian American OSS agent The Allies have cold bloodedly plotted *Italian American OSS agent The Allies have cold bloodedly plotted detail of hi. The Roman EnigmaEad it but a great story many much fu. s capture and death except one S capture and death except one Germans want "him to escape aliveWhat raises this novel above many another World War II yarn is "to escape aliveWhat raises this novel above many another World War II yarn is way Murphy combines political realism and religious idealism to uestion the deepest ideology of them all a blind nationalism that ustifies all excess in the name of the greater good The Washington PostFascinating and them all a blind nationalism that ustifies all excess in the name of the greater good The Washington PostFascinating and Andrew M Greeley author of 'The Cardinal Sins'. .