Lessons of Terror: The History of the Middle East Conflict - U.S. Intelligence System (2002)

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Caleb Carr (born August 2, 1955) is an American novelist and military historian. About the book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/037... A son of Lucien Carr, a former UPI editor and a key Beat generation figure, he was born in Manhattan and lived for much of his life on the Lower East Side.[3] He attended New York Friends Seminary, Kenyon College and New York University, earning a B.A. in military and diplomatic history. He writes frequently on military and political affairs and was a contributing editor of MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History until 2008. He currently resides in upstate New York on a farm estate called "Misery Mountain" in the town of Berlin, New York, in Rensselaer County. Carr ran as a Democrat for the Rensselaer County Legislature in 2005 but came in fourth of four candidates. Carr has written plays and screenplays, one of which, Bad Attitudes was made into a TV movie in 1991. He was one of the contributing screenwriters for the film prequel to The Exorcist, released as Exorcist: The Beginning, for which he received a shared story credit. He also received a shared screenplay credit on Dominion: Prequel to the Exorcist, which received high praise from William Peter Blatty (the author/screenwriter of The Exorcist).[4] In television, he appears on the PBS program American Experience as a guest commentator/narrator, such as on the episode of the NYC subway system, "New York Underground". Carr taught three semesters of military history at Bard College as a Visiting Professor. He was also a close friend and confidant of historian James Chace, with whom he collaborated on America Invulnerable: The Quest for Absolute Security from 1812 to Star Wars. Novels: Casing the Promised Land (1980) The Alienist (1994) (won 1995 Anthony Award for Best First Novel)[5] The Angel of Darkness (1997) Killing Time (2000) The Italian Secretary (2005) The Legend of Broken (2012) Many of his novels are set in the Gilded Age or Victorian times; The Italian Secretary was an authorized Sherlock Holmes mystery. Non-fiction: America Invulnerable: The Quest for Absolute Security from 1812 to Star Wars by James Chace and Caleb Carr (1989) The Devil Soldier, a biography of 19th-century American mercenary Frederick Townsend Ward (1992) No End Save Victory : Perspectives on World War II by Stephen E. Ambrose, Caleb Carr, John Keegan, William Manchester, and others. Ed Ambrose (2001) The Lessons of Terror (2002) What Ifs? of American History: Eminent Historians Imagine What Might Have Been by Antony Beevor, Caleb Carr, Robert Dallek and John Lukacs (2003) The Cold War: A Military History by Stephen E. Ambrose, Caleb Carr, Thomas Fleming, and Victor Hanson (2006)

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