Philip Caputo Audio Books

Philip Caputo Audio Books

Philip Caputo Audio Books

Philip Caputo spent nine years as a reporter for the Chicago Tribune, including five years as a foreign correspondent, and shared a Pulitzer Prize in 1972 for his reporting on election fraud in Chicago. In 1975 he was wounded in Beirut and during his convalescence completed the manuscript for A Rumor of War, his much acclaimed memoir about his service in Vietnam. He is the author of both fiction and nonfiction, including two memoirs. In addition, he has been a contributing editor for the New York Times magazine, Esquire, National Geographic, and several other publications. He divides his time between Connecticut and Arizona.

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