Bronson Pinchot began talking at 9 months of age. Today, half a century later, he talks into a microphone in a soundproof booth for a living. In-between, he attended Yale University as well as the acting programs at Shakespeare & Co. and Circle-in-the-Square, logged in well over 200 episodes of television, starred or co-starred in a bouquet of films, starred in plays, musicals and Shakespeare on Broadway and in London and developed a passion for Greek revival architecture.
As D-Day approaches, an American spy is unmasked by Himmler’s Gestapo and must flee the Nazis, in this novel in the Pulitzer Prize–winning historical saga.
In 1943, the once-unstoppable Nazi war machine is starting to falter. For a decade and a hal...[SEE MORE]