Counterattack: The Corps - Pgs. 35-68 Summary & Analysis

W. E. B. Griffin
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Pickering tells the Senator of his plans for his company and how his grandson, Pick, can run it after the war. Fleming tells Foster that he is meeting a lawyer named Bill Donovan. Fowler tells him that Donovan is heading an intelligence gathering group that is independent of the others. He feels there will be too much rivalry for it to be successful. Pickering knew Donovan from working with him in the past and did not really like him or the fact that Donovan wanted him to work as an adviser to one of the bankers on the staff.

After meeting with Donovan, Pickering goes to see Brigadier Gerneral D.G. McInerney, an old friend. He tells him that he decided not to work for Donovan and is looking for a job in the war effort. Since he sold his liners...

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