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Sit and Sign with author Bruce McCandless

About The Black Book of Cyrenaica:Based on the true story of General William Eaton’s Barbary Wars-era advance across Egypt to free the crew of the U.S.S. Philadelphia, The Black Book of Cyrenaica is 159 pages of history, horror, and adventure. But threaded through the narrative as well is a sober meditation on the spiritual and psychological perils of military involvement in an alien culture.

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  • The Twig Book Shop

    306 Pearl Pkwy, Ste 106, San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 826-6411

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