No Enemy but TimeBook - 2002
With his bestselling novel,Delirium of the Brave, William C. Harris, Jr. created a buzz that started in Savannah and spread across the nation. No Enemy But Time brings back beloved characters from the book in a saga that intertwines espionage, murder, Catholicism, loyalty, and ultimately, the high cost of betrayal. Spanning from World War II to the present, the story tells of an IRA soldier-turned-Nazi spy placed on Savannah's coast during the war. Years later, he becomes a powerful force in local society and politics and a father figure to a young politician. While out diving with friends one day, the young man comes across a downed submarine. Locked deep inside its hull is the key to generations of deceit-and a secret that could destroy both men's lives.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2002
Edition: 1st ed. --
Branch Call Number: FIC Harri
Characteristics: 276 p