P.T. Deutermann





P.T. Deutermann

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in Boston, Massachusetts, The United States
December 27, 1941

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P. T. Deutermann is a retired Navy captain and has served in the joint Chiefs of Staff as an arms control specialist. He is the author of sixteen novels, and lives in North Carolina. His World War II adventure novel Pacific Glory won the W. Y. Boyd Literary Award for Excellence in Military Fiction, administered by the American Library Association. His most recent novel is Ghosts of Bungo Suido, published in July, 2013.


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“anymore, just reacting. Suddenly the beating stopped and hands were grabbing at his legs. He kicked back at them, but it was no use. He simply wasn’t strong enough. When they pulled him out from under the coal car, one of the Jap sergeants was standing there with a pistol in his hand. Gar figured this was it and, at that juncture, almost didn’t care. The other prisoners had stopped working when Gar had cold-cocked the little Jap. The sergeant said something to Gar in Japanese. One of the Brits, who apparently understood, told Gar to stand”
P.T. Deutermann, Ghosts of Bungo Suido

“one who told me I would be taken to Ofuna, which I later learned is—was—their naval interrogation center.” “He did not question you?” “No, sir. He said there would be specialists for that. Experts.” “Torturers, you mean,” Captain Wilson said. “I’ve heard about Ofuna.” “Did you reveal anything to him or anyone else while in his custody?” “Yes, sir, I did. I spoke to the CO of the carrier when he offered me a gun so I could shoot myself.” “He did what?” “He said he was disgusted by the sight of a commanding officer being”
P.T. Deutermann, Ghosts of Bungo Suido

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