Author and narrator Henry Hemming is thoroughly British, and this audiobook history of British efforts to win U.S. support in the months preceding Pearl Harbor never questions the justice--or legality--of what was a covert effort to influence American politics and public opinion. The chief agent of influence here is Canadian-born William Stevenson, familiar from earlier histories as "The Man Called Intrepid," and his principal adversary is the isolationist spokesman and aviator Charles Lindbergh. Hemming performs well both as author and as narrator. His delivery is clear and unaffected, and his obvious sincerity and admiration for Stevenson provide a highly satisfactory listening experience. D.A.W. © AudioFile 2019, Portland, Maine [Published: OCTOBER 2019]
Trade Ed. Hachette Audio 2019
DD ISBN 978-1-5491-5255-9 $25.98
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