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Summer is a great time to kick back and get lost in an exciting nonfiction book. How about Double Cross: Deception Techniques in War, a companion book to The Dark Game: True Spy Stories from Invisible Ink to CIA Moles.
In Double Cross, I explore the role that deception played in battles and wars from biblical times and the Trojan Horse to General Schwarzkopf’s brilliant dessert deception in the Gulf War. But a book on wartime deception wouldn’t be complete without an exploration of the greatest deception in history: the massive operation that kept the D-Day invasion a secret and led to the downfall of Hitler and the Third Reich.
Good stuff. But don’t take my word for it. School Library Journal called it a “top selection for those serious about military studies,” and Booklist said it was “catnip” for kids who enjoy reading about war.” Grab a copy and lose yourself in history!