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    Highly compelling - couldn't put it down!

    Those of us who served and trained during the Cold War will appreciate this highly-acclaimed book written by a former schoolmate of mine from the early 1970's in India. I can honestly say it is one of the most compelling accounts of the dangerous, at times comic and all too often lethal secret war being fought by many unsung heroes at the time. Like the author and her siblings, neither I nor any of my classmates were aware of her father's "real" work and, beyond my own personal connection based on my time in India, reading Eva's account has helped put into context a lot of what we "Cold Warriors" went through during our military careers. I thorougly enjoyed it and highly recommend it as it tells a story that should never be forgotten.
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