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Monday, February 15, 2010
Read this Modern Odyssey | Soldier to Ambassador: From the D-Day Normandy Landing to the Persian Gulf War by Charles W. Hostler--SDSU Press
Like some fusion of James Bond and The Man from UNCLE, this fascinating memoir, Soldier to Ambassador: From the D-Day Normandy Landing to the Persian Gulf War, marks the preeminent points of Charles W. Hostler's life. This remarkable man began his life as a newsboy during the Great Depression, developed himself while he was a soldier in U.S. military and, finally, was appointed as the U.S. Ambassador to Bahrain. Hostler describes his 20 year residence in the Middle East, as well as his extensive world travels and dedicated public services, in such as way that Homer can take a back seat! Click on the image to order now! You won't regret it. Promise.
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