Review: The Ultra Betrayal

The Ultra Betrayal

Synopsis:

October, 1942. Rule breaker OSS Agent Conor Thorn is assigned a mission to help the Allied war effort when a key Swedish cryptographer stationed in England goes missing. Thorn is determined to find him before critical information falls into enemy hands. But his MI6 colleague, Emily Bright, vanishes trailing the codebreaker to Stockholm, plunging Thorn into a sinister Nazi conspiracy.

Suspicious of the cryptographer’s wife and racing against time to prevent damaging leaks, Thorn mounts a daring operation. But if the bold agent’s plan fails, he risks compromising Allied tactics and jeopardizing thousands of valiant lives.

Can Thorn stop prized secrets from triggering more wartime carnage?

The Ultra Betrayal is the second novel in the thrilling Conor Thorn spy series. If you like harrowing historical drama, riveting espionage, and fast-paced action, then you’ll love Glenn Dyer’s well-researched World War II adventure.

Rating: 5-stars

Review:

This is one epic WWII spy thriller! The Ultra Betrayal by Glenn Dyer is the second installment in the Connor Thorn series. I loved how action-packed this book was. There was a lot at stake during this time period. Two agents including the famous Connor Thorn have their hands full in this tale. Someone has codes that need to be kept away from the enemy but there’s a chance that they will be leaked. That’s where the agents come in and take the case. There’s also a murder case involved that’s tied in with the war espionage stuff. I enjoyed following this suspenseful story. The characters were well-developed and the pacing was fast. Glenn Dyer definitely knows how to put readers like me on the edge of their seats and entertain them. This historical thriller is a must read for all.

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