Part Tuesdays with Morrie, part Field of Dreams?a true American story of World War II and redemption
Driven by word of mouth and the author?s heroic efforts to tell the world his father?s story, Playing with the Enemy was a surprise hardcover hit for its independent publisher. Gary Moore?s book about his father?a baseball phenom whose future in the majors was cut short by World War II and a fateful occurrence during a top secret mission for the U.S. Navy?is a warm-hearted memoir of faded dreams and new hope that is destined for the bestseller lists. Filled with memorable characters from an extraordinary time in our country?s history, it is a truly redemptive story that will be read and reread for generations to come.
About Gary W. Moore
Gary W. Moore is the author of the critically acclaimed book Playing with the Enemy: A Baseball Prodigy, World War II, and the Long Journey Home, which won the 2006 Military Writers Society of America Book of the Year. Moore is… More about Gary W. Moore
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Published by Penguin Books Apr 01, 2008| 336 Pages| 5-1/2 x 8-7/16| ISBN 9780143113881