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I was disappointed with both the thinness of the book and the content of it. Through reading the descriptions on the websites, I thought there would be more about Rudolf Hess, but there wasn't that much, just seemingly as much as the author felt was needed. My friend Amy once remarked that probation officers write in a much more technical format than others. Thus I wonder if the same phenomenon is occurring here. I wonder if the author's military experience is influencing his matter of fact writing style. It seemed almost as if the book was more about the authorities and the ending of the prison than about Hess and the other prisoners. I really wanted more about Hess and the other prisoners, thus the book did not meet my expectations.
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