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May 17, 2022 | ISBN 9780593510933 | 548 Minutes

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“[Stephen L. Moore] has a smooth prose style and a firm grasp of detail… Letters home, diaries and postwar interviews are the grist for Mr. Moore’s mill, and he has a gift for melding them into a coherent narrative.”—The Wall Street Journal

“Just when I thought I knew all about America’s most famous general, George S. Patton, Stephen Moore emerges with this intimate portrait of the man and his incredible ability to motivate men in their darkest hour. Moore brings you to the battlefield and into the mind of a fearless military genius.”—Brian Kilmeade, New York Times bestselling author of The President and the Freedom Fighter and George Washington’s Secret Six

“President Roosevelt called George Patton America’s ‘greatest fighting general,’ but in the hands of Stephen L. Moore he is more than that. Patton’s Payback offers an intimate portrait of the general at a time when the US Army was struggling to meet the Nazi threat. An origin story and battle narrative, Patton’s Payback is essential reading for anyone looking to understand the North Africa campaign and how it forged an American army capable of defeating Nazi Germany.”—Kevin Maurer, #1 New York Times bestselling coauthor of No Easy Day and author of Rock Force

“[Stephen L.] Moore skillfully tells how the American Army turned defeat into victory under Patton… Moore interviewed several of Patton’s surviving veterans and those tales bring to life Patton’s complex character… Readers interested in World War II and the books of James Holland and Alex Kershaw will enjoy this tale of the American victory in North Africa under Patton.”Library Journal

“A fresh interpretation of Patton’s military career… It was in North Africa that the legend of Patton as a ruthless and aggressive commander was born. Moore helps us understand how that evolution occurred.”Army magazine

“A master storyteller. Moore’s research is impressive, but his remarkable ability to relate the human story of everyday Americans in time of war is what really makes this book so hard to put down.”—John C. McManus, award-winning author of Island Infernos and Fire and Fortitude
“[Moore is] a writer of excellent military books.”The Dallas Morning News
“Moore offers what will soon be ranked a major military classic.”Leatherneck

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