Published October 1999
by Bt Bound .
Written in English
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Zero Dark Thirty book. Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Unlike other branches of the military, the Marine Corps required it /5. Dark Thirty takes us on a loosely autobiographical trip through Cherokee country, the backwoods towns and the big cities, giving us clear-eyed portraits of Native people surviving contemporary America. In Frazier’s world, there is no romanticizing of Native American life. Here cops knock on the door of a low-rent apartment after a neighbor /5(3). Dark Thirty takes us on a loosely autobiographical trip through Cherokee country, the backwoods towns and the big cities, giving us clear-eyed portraits of Native people surviving contemporary America. In Frazier’s world, there is no romanticizing of Native American life. Before there was “Zero Dark Thirty,” there was “Getting Bin Laden,” a riveting, on-the-ground account of the May 1, Abbottabad raid, and of the scene in the White House, where the Author: Joshua Rothman.
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