Books: Fun in War

ONLY THE STARS ARE NEUTRAL—Quentin Reynolds—Random House ($2.50).

Correspondent Quentin Reynolds (Q.R.) probably got more fun out of World War II than anybody else who has ever been near it. In this book he tells how he did it. In London he ran into Harry Hopkins, cracked wise with Winston Churchill, battled bugs and censors in Russia, discovered that Russians are human, went through a cowboy-and-Indian melodrama of tank warfare in the Libyan desert, ended up in London having a post-Pearl Harbor Christmas dinner with Ambassador Anthony Drexel Biddle.

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