Tony Borelli had been born in England but his parents were full-blooded Italians so, when World War II broke out, he looked likely to be detained in an internment camp with other foreign nationals.
Tony, though, enlisted in the British Army and became part of a highly secret intelligence unit operating in the deserts of North Africa.
His CO believed Tony’s fluent Italian was an asset to the team and didn’t consider his roots important. Unfortunately, not all Tony’s comrades were as convinced that he could be trusted.
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