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Irwin Shaw, Acceptable Losses. Other author's books: Evening in Byzantium. Bread Upon the Waters.
Officer, G1, G2, G3, and G4 concur in the opinion that the proposed plan for the operation has an 85 percent chance of success, with acceptable losses. From this and other missions forty-four of our aircraft are missing. The National Safety Council predicted yesterday that there would be five hundred and fifty-eight fatal traffic accidents over this forthcoming holiday weekend.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Roger Damon, a good and decent man, receives a telephone call from an unidentified caller who calls him a bad boy and pulls Damon into a nightmare race against time and a struggle against irrational evil.
Acceptable Losses book. What I adore Irwin Shaw's books for is their simplicity at first sight but very deep meaning once you get into them; beautifully written characters and perfectly circumscribed personalities, most of all though for the unobtrusive push to think and compile your own view on the subjects, topics, events and particular heroes.
Irwin Shaw’s gripping final novel about a mysterious phone call that threatens to derail a man’s life Roger Damon is a literary agent at the top of his field, but with one anonymous phone call, his life begins to unravel. The caller demands a meeting and threatens Roger with outing past transgressions.
Oliver said, embarrassed by the apology. Sheila seemed so worried, and to tell you the truth, so was I. He smiled childishly at Damon. A little temper clears the air. Well, Damon said. Well, Damon said nows everything by now-or at least everything I know, so there’s no need for her to get daily bulletins from the office anymore. He said it without anger but Oliver understood it. Whatever you say, boss, he said. Omerta, as they say in Sicily. But if you ever need my help. Thanks, Damon said, I’ll be all right.
by. Shaw, Irwin, 1913-1984. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
My husband and I were recently having a conversation and one of us used the term "acceptable loss" which inspired a discussion about this book. He read it years ago and still had it and could still find it. He remembered liking it so I decided to read it as well.
Irwin Shaw (February 27, 1913 – May 16, 1984) was an American playwright, screenwriter, novelist, and short-story author whose written works have sold more than 14 million copies.