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Two O'Clock, Eastern Wartime
Two O'Clock Eastern Wartime
Author: John Dunning
It's the summer of 1942. Bombs are falling on Britain, daylight saving time has given way to wartime, and radio is in its prime. In Regina Beach, on the New Jersey coast, a troupe of gallant artists explores the promise of this exhilarating medium for WHAR, creating programming to entertain and inspire a nation in its dark hour.  — Enter...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780743406154
ISBN-10: 074340615X
Publication Date: 1/2/2002
Pages: 528
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.

3.3 stars, based on 22 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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I enjoyed the world that the protagonist lives in, but thought the story it self was a tad on the weak side. I was still intersted all the way through, but what REALLY kept me coming back was the romanticism of the times and what it would be like to write for radio with a willing cast and so many wonderful taboos to break!
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This novel presents a long, interesting tale of radio in the 40s. I put emphasis on the long as it seems to just go on and on. In fact, when the killer is revealed in the end, I had to ask myself "Who?" There were so many characters going in and out that I had forgotten many of them.

Then the author ends with a few pages, taking place 30 years later, in which he wraps up some loose ends. Some may think this great writing, I saw it as poor plot development. I also found the lead female protagonist character to be unbelievable.
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Mesmerizing story about the early days of World War II, set at a New Jersey radio station where a Nazi spy ring may be operating.
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Enjoyable novel by the author of the Cliff Janeway mysteries.