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A Time to Kill: Reflections on War

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A Time to Kill: Reflections on War
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Publisher: Signature Books

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This is a book of memories about war. Although it describes both good and bad, overall it portrays war as an arena of horror and tragedy. Although all such conflicts involve peculiar sets of circumstances, their worst aspects remain constant.

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