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Two children find they are at the heart of a decades long conspiracy with roots in the spoils of World War II. The prize to the Allies was not land or gold, but the scientific minds that helped usher in the nuclear age. The operation that allowed the German brain trust to continue their experiments in the US following the war was known as Project Paperclip.
“I warmly endorse the continuing efforts of Dan Woll and Walter Rhein for their latest novel, “Paperclip.” Unsettled, stirring. drama-laden—“Paperclip” is written with gusto, good humor and a knowledge of the panoply that is America, as the authors take their three gifted characters from youth to adulthood. How can you resist a book that opens with a guesser who is always right? “Paperclip” begs for a read, a sequel, and a movie.”
—Dave Wood, Former Books Editor, Minneapolis Star Tribune and Past Vice-President, National Book Critics Circle