Review: The Churchill Memorandum

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February 21, 2011
Libertarian Alliance
by L. Neil Smith  
Posted in Commentary

"[Sean Gabb is] more than a fair hand at fiction, having created the most interestingly offbeat hero I’ve seen in a novel in a long time, groping his way through a highly-textured and devilishly complicated world of spies versus counterspies in a 1959 shaped mostly by the fact that Adolf Hitler expired before he had a chance to set the world on fire, and Franklin Delano Roosevelt was cut down by an assassin’s bullet." (02/21/11)  

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