Evita, First Lady: a biography of Eva Peron

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Grove Press : distributed by Random House, 1979 - Biography & Autobiography - 199 pages
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Ayres is a pretty funny writer with a good story. - Goodreads
The banter of his Humvee-bound protect - Goodreads
Plenty of dry and witty British writing here. - Goodreads

Review: War Reporting for Cowards

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Bookended by his experiences as an embedded journo in 2003, there's a certain degree of fluff in the middle of this account (all be it fluff that includes his proximity to 9-11). The kudos-chasing ... Read full review

Review: War Reporting for Cowards

User Review  - Gia Pilgrim - Goodreads

As a budding news reporter for my university's paper, I found this book really helpful for future writing. Ayres' stylistic reporting of the war in Iraq, the September 11 attacks and Athrax threats ... Read full review

Contents

Prologue
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The Wrong Side of the Tracks
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An Aspiring Actress 17
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Copyright

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John Barnes is the award-winning author of "Orbital Resonance, A Million Open Doors, Mother of Storms, Earth Made of Glass, The Merchants of Souls, Candle," and many other novels. With Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin, he wrote the novels "Encounter with Tiber" and "The Return," He lives in Colorado.

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