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This book is so well written and a definite page turner. What a riveting story and one that needed to be told, especially in the complicated clandestine world in which we live. It is heart breaking and encouraging at the same time, a poignant reminder of how a good man and family can get caught in a web and brought down, used and destroyed. It is also a reminder of how we need to be vigilant of our government. --Catherine St Clair
This book is a tale of two stories. The life of Dr Wall and his family plus a history of the CIA and its dealings with unsuspecting victims. The first pulls on your heart strings, the second is a cause for anger and concern. Woven together the book is a very worth-while read. I read the book on vacation and as soon as I finished it, I immediately handed it to my wife for her to read. Highly recommended!! --Bill Zaryski
A native of Blakeley, Georgia, W. Henry Wall,Jr., DDS has four children and eight grandchildren and is an Atlanta oral surgeon. He previously served on Emory University's faculty. Hie quest to relieve his inner pain through the story of what happened to his Father is relived in vivid and page-turning detail.
This is an incredible, real-life story that ought to get more recognition for its multi-dimensional portrayal of the tragedies besetting the life of a small-town Southern doctor... Read morePublished 21 months ago by T. Barksdale
Normally I am not a huge reader and reading makes me tired. However, I read this book in a weekend. I was amazed at the detail provided in the story. Read morePublished on April 3, 2013 by Melinda Goodroe
This was one of the most intriguing books I have read in a long time. I found it hard to put it down. Sad to see what our government has done to american citizens. Read morePublished on January 9, 2013 by Edwin P. Carter
I was interested in this book, because Dr. Wall was from Ellaville, GA, seeing as I have lived here since 1957 and know most of his kinfolks, I had never heard his story. Read morePublished on July 19, 2012 by clarence way