The Five Arrows
by Allan Chase
Publisher: ManyBooks 1944
Number of pages: 301
A story of high intrigue in South America, with the future of democracy on the continent the stake. The bombing of Pearl Harbor was still very much a topic of conversation on the island; the submarine nets in the bay were joked about at the dinner table, but the jokes arose from a profound sense of gratitude for the nets, the planes, the ships which were the island's defenses against the undersea raiders that stalked the sea lanes between the ports of the mainland and San Juan.
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