Remo Salta is a naval historian who lives in New Jersey. He has loved ships and naval history all his life and his blog, Naval Warfare, has been going strong now since 2007. "Terror on Twelfth Avenue" is his first work of fiction and deals with two subjects that interest him most: ships and World War II. Oh, and those Nazi spies, FBI agents, and a beautiful big band singer named Peggy Scott make the book very interesting, too. If you love a good suspense thriller, try "Terror on Twelfth Avenue."
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Terror on Twelfth Avenue
by Remo Salta
It's February 1942 and a ruthless group of German spies is trying to destroy the largest ship in the world, the S.S. Normandie. While the ship is docked in New York Harbor, a few FBI agents led by Special Agent Nick Pellegrino discover the plot, but they only have a few hours to stop the Nazi saboteurs from carrying it out. Can the FBI agents stop the Nazi spies and save the Normandie?
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