Code of Conduct

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Here is an inspirational story of self-healing by the famed ex-POW and war hero. Alvarez, the first American POW in North Vietnam, offers his moving personal story of self-reliance, courage and perseverence.

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What it was like to return to civilian life after eight and a half years as a POW, told blandly by Alvarez (Chained Eagle, YA, 1989—not reviewed), with help from Schreiner (A Place Called Princeton ... Read full review

Code of Conduct

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This memoir by Alvarez follows (and perfectly complements) Chained Eagle ( LJ 11/1/89). It details his experiences after repatriation from a North Vietnamese POW prison, as well as recounting his ... Read full review


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About the author (1991)

Samuel A. Schreiner Jr., a veteran journalist and former senior editor at "Reader's Digest," is the author of both novels and nonfiction, including "The Trials of Mrs. Lincoln, Henry Clay Frick: The Gospel of Greed," and "The Passionate Beechers: A Family Saga of Sanctity and Scandal That Changed America," He lives in Darien, Connecticut.

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