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Case By Case
     

Case By Case

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by I. B. Melchior
 
"Melchoir's masterful memoir of his days as an American Counterintelligence operative during World War II makes indelible an era that must never be lost to historical memory. With wit and compassion he deftly recalls those days when good and evil were clearly defined." (Warren Adler, author of The War of the Roses)

"Every page crackles with suspense, surprise,

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"Melchoir's masterful memoir of his days as an American Counterintelligence operative during World War II makes indelible an era that must never be lost to historical memory. With wit and compassion he deftly recalls those days when good and evil were clearly defined." (Warren Adler, author of The War of the Roses)

"Every page crackles with suspense, surprise, and danger. Case By Case is a must-read book for any historian, military buff or lover of adventure!" (Ralph B. White, President of the Adventurer's Club)

"[Melchoir] makes history an exciting adventure." (S.L. Stebel, author of The Collaborator)


Author Bio: Danish-born Ib Melchior is an author and award-winning movie and TV writer/director, with 12 feature films and numerous documentaries to his credit. Melchior served in the US Army Counterintelligence Corps during World War II, for which he won recognition from three countries. Ten of his works—all of them bestsellers, and together published in 25 countries—are based on his personal exploits.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780595003938
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
05/01/2000
Pages:
372
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.83(d)

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Case by Case 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I picked up this book thinking it would give insight to military counterintelligence. Boy was I wrong. The whole book was about a group of guys and their practical jokes and nights out on the town. There were more anticdotes about prostitutes than actual intelligence information. This really should be included in the humor genre. Lots of laughs but no real pertinent info