In 1941, with America suddenly at war, President Franklin Roosevelt turns to his law school pal William “Wild Bill” Donovan to create the top-secret OSS—precursor to the CIA—and man it with the best of the best spies, saboteurs, and assassins. Donovan, a WWI Medal of Honor recipient, possesses the rare talent that causes men to eagerly carry out orders they would not accept from anyone else.


           
BOOK I
The Last Heroes
BOOK II
The Secret Warriors
BOOK III
The Soldier Spies
BOOK IV
The Fighting Agents
BOOK V
The Saboteurs
 
BOOK VII
The Spymasters
BOOK VI
The Double Agents
       

 

 

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The Presidential Agent


The Corps

The Brotherhood of War

Badge Of Honor

Honor Bound

Men At War