"A truly moving story with heroism at its heart. Having visited Prague, the style of writing captures the atmosphere of the city and creates a vivid image in the readers eye. The human dimension of the authors unique interviews with Heydrich's son are revelatory, as are his efforts to bring about the visit of the friend of the heroes to the Czech Republic 60 years after the story unfolded. It is a far from stuffy style that is easy to read for people not usually interested in Military History. If you are familiar with the story it is a worthy addition to what has gone before, if you are not familiar with this key event of WWII this is the ideal way to become so."