Il Bruto – “The Beast” – good nickname for a tough resistance leader, you might think. He looked it, too – nearly six and a half feet of bone and muscle with a scarred face.
When Ed Blane, paratrooper sergeant, and his men were cut off in occupied Sicily, Il Bruto offered the hand of friendship. Ed’s men fell over themselves in gratitude.
Then Ed took one look at Il Bruto and remembered the last time he’d seen this hand he was shaking – before the war, gripping a black automatic, while two innocent men lay bleeding on the floor of a New York restaurant. And one of them had been Ed’s father . . .
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