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Charles McCarry
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"The first link in the chain of events that led to the murder of Molly Benson, an innocent young woman who happened to love Paul Christopher, was forged on an August afternoon in 1923, on the island of Rügen, before either of the lovers was born" (Book I, Hubbard, Chapter 1, Part 1, pg. 13.)

"Lori turned away and walked to the window. 'Politics? I don't care what they believe in,' she said. 'It's the stupidity I have. It must be opposed, Paulus. My son won't grow up in a country of the stupid, hearing people say that Jews smear themselves with goose grease and sew themselves up in their underwear for the winter. I won't have it.'" (Book I, Hubbard, Chapter 2, Part 11, pg. 64.)

"With each twist of the bayonet, the torturer uttered his horrible shout. Then Wolkowicz screamed. Time after time, their voices merged in this shrill diphthong...

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