The Berlin Tunnel: A Cold War Thriller
Roger L. Liles, author
In the height of the Cold War, American Air Force Captain Robert Kerr finds himself in a divided Berlin awash with spies who move freely between the East and West. His task—build a TOP SECRET tunnel under the River Spree into East Berlin—tap into highly classified communications links between civilian and military leaders in Russia and the Warsaw Pact countries. What he is doing in Berlin must be hidden from three million Berliners, the KGB, Stasi, and America’s closest allies. Love couldn’t have found him at a worse time. Soon after he arrives, Robert falls for a German girl, Anna Fischer. Nasty East German Secret Police harass them both constantly, intent on determining what Robert and his work crew are doing in Berlin. It’s Anna who often gets caught in the crossfire. The wall is closed, trapping 19 million East Germans including Anna’s entire family behind the Iron Curtain. As the world holds its collective breath during the Berlin Crisis, Robert and Anna fight for their lives as they attempt to free her family.