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After Algiers
After Algiers
Author: Proctor Jones
ISBN-13: 9780960886043
ISBN-10: 0960886044
Publication Date: 3/1/1990
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Publisher: Proctor Jones Publishing Company
Book Type: Paperback
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Author Proctor Jones lived through it to write about it.

An airforce intelligence Officer given a wide range of duties, he landed during the orth African invasion in Anleria at Mirs el Kebir. So started hi soverseas proximity to some exciting events in woar-torn North Africa and Italy.

He met Admiral Darlan the night before his asassination. Later, he came to know the assassins. Although no part of it, he as on the edge of a gold-running scam that went wrong. He pursued deserters in teh Casbah. He went to the Mediterranean Theater Headquaters where he brushed against the Black Market in Naples. He became an "authority" on Pompei and Royal palaces, Caserta included. He was the at the first bombing of Monte Cassino. And, he dreamed of what he would do after the war.

On his honorable discharge, he went back to civilian life wondering what might have happened...AFTER ALGIERS.

This is the story of his alter ego, Terrence Fiz-William...a Walter Mitty hero.
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"Proctor Jones lived through it to write about it.

An Air Force Intelligence Officer given a wide range of duties, he landed during the North African invasion in Algeria at Mirs el Kebir. So started his overseas proximity to some exciting events in war-torn North Africa and Italy.

He met Admiral Darlan the night before his assassination. Later, he came to know the assassins. Although no part of it, he was on the edge of a gold-running scam that went wrong. He pursued deserters in the Casbah. He went to the Mediterranean Theater Headquarters where he brushed against the Black Market in Naples. He became an "authority" on Pompei and Royal palaces, Caserta included. He was at the first bombing at Monte Cassino. And, he dreamed of what he would do after the war.

On his honorable discharge, he went back to civilian life wondering what might have happened...AFTER ALGIERS.

This is the story of his alter ego, Terrence Fitz-William...a Walter Mitty hero.