I finished this book while on vacation last week in Colorado (without internet access):
Eddie Chapman was a small time criminal serving time in a Jersey prison when the Germans occupied the Channel Islands in 1940. In an effort to get out of prison, Chapman offered to become a spy for the Germans. Surprisingly, the Germans took him up on his offer and trained him to be a spy. He parachuted into England in 1942, with the mission to blow up an aircraft factory. As soon as he was on the ground, he turned himself over to the British, who then used him as a double agent. It was an interesting story, especially because it's true. I rate this book 3 out of 5.
This was my final book for the WWII Reading Challenge.
"To participate in the WWII Reading Challenge, you must commit to reading at least five books throughout the year. . . . The books can be fiction or non-fiction, and they can be about any aspect of WWII. WWII should be the primary or secondary theme, and it doesn’t matter whether the book takes place during the war or after the war."
The first 4 books I read for this challenge were fiction: