Freedom. How far would you go to win yours? Algeria and France 1954. After the Viet Minh triumph over the French at Dien Bien Phu, Algerian rebels seize the moment and rise in rebellion. But Algeria is not Indochina; it is considered part of the homeland, and the French are determined to keep it.French paratroopers once again lead the fight and find this is no ordinary enemy. The rebels attack from the shadows but live in plain sight in the Casbah, among the people. It is urban warfare at its worst. Everyone is suspect. Nobody is safe. Extreme measures are required.With Lt. Colonel Bigeard and his men closing in, the rebel leaders realize they must change tactics and release their secret weapon – three beautiful sirens trained by a master bomb maker. They hit the French where it hurts the most – the beloved cafés of Paris.French war correspondent Brigette Friang and the American pilot Tom Coyle have returned from Indochina to witness bombs ripping apart the streets of Paris, killing thousands of innocent civilians, and striking fear into the heart of France. Can they stop the master bomb maker and his sirens, or will they become their target?Based on actual events, Café Wars is historical fiction filled with action and suspense. Book 4 in the Airmen Series is a cautionary tale as millions of lives hang in the balance, along with the soul of a nation.
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