A TRUE STORY OF AN AMERICAN NAZI SPY : WILLIAM CURTIS COLEPAUGH
by Robert A. Miller
William Curtis Colepaugh was born in Connecticut and grew up near the sea. His family was German and they deeply influenced him. Colepaugh decided to go to Germany for his education (he thought he would do better there than in the United States, as he wasn't much of a student). He thought highly of the German Army and Hitler and ended up being trained as a spy by the SS.
Sound interesting? Well, it could have been if the book was written better. It seemed like the author used a fly-by-night publisher. The editing is horrendous, there's too many repetitions, and it's badly in need of a proofreader. Every chapter had misspelled words, incorrect tenses, and wrong punctuation. It was a mess. I got through it, but it was jarring with all of the errors.
Don't bother trying to read this book. There's plenty of other more interesting spy stories out there.