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Enigma

Author: Robert Harris
Publisher: New York : Random House, ©1995.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : 1st U.S. edView all editions and formats
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A thriller on the breaking of a secret German radio code during World War II. The protagonists are two British cryptographers, a man and a woman, and their work becomes a race to crack the code in time to save a convoy of U.S. ships from being sunk by U-boats. By the author of The Fatherland.
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Genre/Form: Code and cipher stories
Spy stories
Fiction
Historical fiction
Spy fiction
War fiction
War stories
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Harris, Robert, 1957-
Enigma.
New York : Random House, ©1995
(OCoLC)605322603
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Harris
ISBN: 0679428879 9780679428879 0804115486 9780804115483 0091779235 9780091779238
OCLC Number: 32626914
Description: 320 pages ; 25 cm
Responsibility: Robert Harris.
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It is 1943, and a team of cryptanalysts led by Tom Jericho have broken the Enigma code of Hitler's U-boats. But inside the code-breaking centre, a woman disappears and authorities suspect the  Read more...

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"After the stunning success of his first novel, "Fatherland," the question was what would Robert Harris do for an encore? This is his ersounding answer." -- Phillip Knightley, "Mail on Sunday" Read more...

 
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