The little island of Dinara, off the coast of Yugoslavia, hardly knew there was a war on. Sure, they were under German occupation, but all that meant was a weekly visit from a section of infantrymen who were supposed to look out for suspicious happenings. And the only suspicious thing about Dinara was how mush Stanislas Brod the innkeeper charged for his wine.
Yes, a pleasant little place, Dinara – until the day a certain strange object fell through the roof of Brod’s inn . . .
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