Published February 25, 2008
by Hudson Hills Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||422|
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Winner of the William Faulkner Award for best first novel and filmed as WUSA in , A Hall of Mirrors, as Stone says, takes the United States as its subject and has built into it “all. Editorial Reviews “Craig Gralley's engrossing new book, Hall of Mirrors, is a tremendous read. It brings to life a story largely unknown outside the corridors of CIA, a riveting account of espionage in WWII France and a compelling personal account of how Virginia Hall, an intrepid American spy, overcame enormous challenges to be a legendary clandestine operative for the allied : Chrysalis Books, LLC. Barry Eichengreen talked about his book Hall of Mirrors: The Great Depression, The Great Recession, and the Uses and Misuses of History, in which he looks at the similarities and differences. Another day, another book about the Great Recession. I’ve already reviewed Martin Wolf’s The Shifts And The Shocks, and reading that and Barry Eichengreen’s Hall Of Mirrors back-to-back feels like the economics version of self-flagellation.
But the strong-willed Virginia Hall did go back with America’s new espionage organization, the OSS, on the eve of the D-Day invasion. Hall of Mirrors, a novel, is written in the voice of Virginia Hall. It relies on extensive research and insights gained during Craig Gralley’s year career with the CIA. The Hall of Mirrors War and Warfare in the Twentieth Century Jim Storr. Helion, Warwick, England, , pages. Book Review published on: J The Hall of Mirrors: War and Warfare in the Twentieth Century examines the impact of war on the twentieth century, but its broader purpose is to guide practitioners in seeking a better understanding of war and warfare. Hall of Mirrors Bryant and May, Book 15 By: Christopher Fowler. —The New York Times Book Review “[Hall of Mirrors is] a largely comic escapade whose tone evokes both the biting wit of Evelyn Waugh and the slapsticker shenanigans of P.G. Woodhouse.”—The Wall Street JournalBrand: Random House Publishing Group.