A long-lost, World War II literary classic in the dark, satirical tradition of Catch-22 and M*A*S*H, though it pre-dated those landmark novels by decades. When The Freebooters was released in 1949, it was greeted with widespread acclaim, the San Francisco Chronicle declaring it "the best American war novel to arise so far." Now it's finally back in print. Three GIs are "Task Force Sisyphus," a special WWII intelligence unit assigned to eradicate and...
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