Love and Infamy by Frank Deford
A Novel of Pearl Harbor

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On the eve of World War II, two friends--Cotton Drake, an American raised by missionary parents in Japan, and Kiyoshi, a Japanese living in Hawaii--become caught up in conflicting loyalties, treachery, and forbidden romance. 35,000 first printing.

About Frank Deford

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Frank Deford is a sportswriter and sportscaster whose work appears in "Newsweek" and "Sports Illustrated". He is also a regular commentator on NPR and ESPN. He has published works of fiction, written movie screenplays and won an Emmy and a Cable Ace award. And he has served for over 10 years as the chairman emeritus of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Published December 1, 1993 by Viking Adult. 576 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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As Kiyoshi scouts out the US Navy, Cotton tries to save Japanese souls while his own is imperiled by a most un-Christian attraction to Kiyoshi's wife, Miyuki, who has her own fascinating history.

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Highly regarded sportswriter ( Everybody's All American ) and author of an affecting chronicle of his daughter's death ( Alex ), Deford debuts as a novelist with an engrossing story of political and personal intrigue that takes place in Japan before and during WW II, and that contrasts the irreco...

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