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The Special Prisoner

by Jim Lehrer

The Special Prisoner by Jim Lehrer
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  • First Published:
    May 2000, 256 pages
    Paperback:
    May 2001, 240 pages

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Curtis (03/06/03)

This book had a chilling ring of truth....best book i have read in years....Currently reading "No Certain Rest".......this guy knows what he is doing
Christina (04/05/02)

I really enjoyed the book. The text really drew me into the story and the historical fiction storyline was gripping! I just wish it was longer so I could feel his pain and his exhaustion from being at Sengi 4. Overall good book!
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