Pearl Harbor

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G.K. Hall, Dec 1, 2000 - History - 267 pages
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Just after daybreak on December 7, 1941, the roar of approaching aircraft shattered the early morning calm of the Hawaiian Islands. Moments later, fighter planes and bombers of the Imperial Japanese Air Force launched a relentless assault against American ships and sailors stationed at Pearl Harbor -- crippling nearly the entire United States Pacific Fleet and plunging a reluctant nation into war. Using the latest up-to-date information and documentation, noted historian Edwin P. Hoyt tells the complete story of Pearl Harbor from a uniquely modern perspective.

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For the last twenty years, Gary C. King has been one of America's foremost crime writers. Over 400 of his stories have appeared in crime magazines across the United States, Canada, and England, including "True Detective," "Official Detective," "Inside Detective," "Front Page Detective," and "Master Detective," His books "Web of Deceit," "Driven to Kill" (which was nominated for an Anthony Award in the Best True Crime Book category at Bouchercon 25) and "Blood Lust: Portrait of a Serial Sex Killer" were chosen as a featured selection of the True Crime Book Club. He is also the author of "Blind Rage," "Savage Vengeance," co-written with Don Lasseter, "An Early Grave," "The Texas 7," and "Murder in Hollywood," A full-time writer, Mr. King is an active member of The Mystery Writers of America. He lives in Las Vegas, Nevada, with his wife and two daughters

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