The world is stunned as Hitler's forces invade France with a devastating blitzkrieg aimed at Paris, and soon the nation has fallen under Nazi control—perhaps forever. A Resistance to the German occupation is formed, with thousands of Parisians risking torture or execution. In this fast-paced account, the co-author of Killing Kennedy tells the story of how the City of Lights was saved, and the tremendous cost that was paid.
"[Dugard's] ambition is to tell a gripping story. In this he succeeds triumphantly."—Washington Post