They had taken the most impregnable fortress in Europe, faced Stalin's cadets on the Russian front and returned with only a handful of survivors. They were Hitler's elite, dedicated, relentless - men for whom death held no fear. Their next mission was a lightning blow at Kursk in the very heart of Soviet Russia.
About the Author
The author: Leo Kessler is the pseudonym for Charles Whiting, the prolific World War II author. His Spellmount Siegfried Line Series (10 volumes) is published by Spellmount Publishers. He lives in York.