The Jedburghs follows one of these clandestine three-person commando team attached to the super-secret British Special Operations command. The team parachutes into Nazi-occupied France to lead the local Resistance forces in conducting sabotage and guerrilla warfare against the German occupiers in a deadly kill or be killed series of sabotage operations.
The specially selected team members––a combat-hardened U.S. Marine, a tough-as-nails French commando, and a female French émigré out for revenge––must first undergo a series of tests and field operations to determine if they have what it takes to be a behind-the-lines agent. In the process they develop an unbreakable bond of loyalty that unites them as they lead the fractious members of the Resistance against the battle-hardened Germans and face the ultimate test of loyalty when one of their number is captured.
"Enjoyed it." ~Historical Miniatures Gaming Society
"Plot and action are the strengths of this novel, written by a man whose own military exploits have earned him a Bronze Star and a Purple Heart. Camp’s knowledge of both military strategy and the visceral reactions to witnessing (or inflicting) sudden death make this a compelling and immersive read." ~The Historical Novels Review