Monthly Archives: October 2011

Review: Seizing the Enigma by David Kahn

From page 2: This was the battle of the Atlantic, the only battle in World War II that lasted from the first day of that war to the last. David Kahn’s Seizing the Enigma: The Race to Break the German … Continue reading

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Review: Wings by Karl Friedrich

Sally Ketchum has had it tough.  Her mother died when she was very young.  Her father was abusive and an alcoholic.  And Tex, her boyfriend and the love of her life, died in a fiery plane crash that Sally somehow … Continue reading

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