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The Secret Life of Codebreakers by Sinclair McKay
Imagine being a member of a team whose work was said to have shortened World War II by at least two years–––and not being to tell anybody about it for decades. Your friends, neighbors …
reviewed Inferno by Max Hastings. September 15, 2012
Inferno by Max Hastings
Max Hastings's impressive achievement here is that he has written such a readable one-volume study of the war. The book's readability is largely due to Hastings's inclusion of so many views …
The Double Game, by Dan Fesperman
Dan Fesperman clearly loves classic books of espionage fiction. So many of them are worked into the plot of The Double Game, and I smiled each time I recognized one of them, like Manning Coles's Tommy …
reviewed Angelmaker. September 14, 2012
Here's the thing. I very rarely give a book five stars. As a Mainer, I was brought up to practice moderation. To say I liked a book is fine, but to say I LOVED it is a display of flamboyant emotion …
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