The Tenth Man

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An utterly gripping story of a wealthy French lawyer being held prisoner by the Germans during World War II. The lawyer is chosen by the soldiers to die, but instead he makes a cowardly trade for his life--one that he will have to pay for even as a free man. 160 pp. 15,000 print. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.

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