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Seven Days of Infamy  
Mar. 15, 2014
Author:  Nicholas Best
Category:  Non-fiction: History/Politics/Current Affairs
Description:  The seven days around Pearl Harbour seen through the eyes of contemporaries from Marlene Dietrich in Hollywood to Audie Murphy in a radio repair shop, Ernest Hemingway on the road in Texas and Jack Kennedy playing touch football in Washington.
Rights available:  All
Other information:  As with his previous books, The Greatest Day in History and Five Days that shocked the World, Nicholas Best draws on a wealth of unfamiliar material, both military and civilian, to tell a truly compelling tale.
Contact:  Andrew Lownie
Andrew Lownie Literary Agency
lownie@globalnet.co.uk
phone: 020 7222 7574
fax: 020 7222 7576
36 Great Smith Street, London, SW1P 3BU
Item number:  9352
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