Monday, June 12, 2017


"MacArthur's Spies" by Peter Eisner is the true story of a soldier, a singer, and spymaster working the underground resistance during WWII in the Philippines.  The story follows Boone, Chick, and Claire as they work to both help American POWs that are dying by the thousands from starvation and neglect and acquiring intelligence from the Japanese officers partying at the clubs. 
This is a very good book.  Though it is not light reading, it is still intriguing and full of information. It also keeps the reader's attention.  However, it is intense and takes  awhile to read. I highly recommend it to the history buff.  This book doesn't stray from other books I have read about the Philippines during WWII.   I received this book in exchange for an honest review from

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