Dead at 96. All I’m going to say is that “The Good War” is an unforgettable book.
Not one to mince words, Frank’s 2008 volume, “The Wrecking Crew,” dissects the workings of the conservative movement, including the K-Street takeover along with its long roots in various unsavory, unethical and illegal activities going back to the 1980s. They may not call it a “bad government” movement, but that’s precisely what it is.
A while back, I posted a Top Ten List of things in every Jack Reacher novel. And since then, the author has made it his business to fool me. Only six are wholly true, one partially true, and one totally turned on its head. I may actually have to go back and rewrite it.
But why quibble? Just tell me when the next one comes out.