Sam Moses in front of the American Merchant Marine Memorial, Battery Park, NY. Photograph by Sean Riva, Copyright 2006
The author says: "For most of the two intense years it took to research and write "At All Costs," there were some 200 history books, biographies and memoirs piled around my desk. Nowhere among them did I find the story told here, about the importance of the island of Malta to the outcome of World War II. I'd like to think I've found a missing link to the story of the war. I'd also like to think that readers will find "At All Costs" to be a page-turning, character-driven adventure story, wrapped in the definitive account of the most heavily defended and heavily attacked naval convoy in history."
Sam Moses is the author of the acclaimed race-driving memoir, Fast Guys, Rich Guys and Idiots, and a former senior writer for Sports Illustrated. He began writing as a U.S. Navy Seaman on a heavy cruiser in action off Vietnam. He lives with his two sons, Tai and Maks, in White Salmon, Washington.

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