A true-life adventure sure to shock as well as inspire.
AK47s, masked thugs, and brutal urgency erupt from Roy Hallums'
account of his abduction in Iraq, shredding through those
frequently sterile cable news reports revealing that another
"American contractor is being held hostage . . ."
Hallums was the everyman behind that report―a 56-year-old
retired Naval commander working as a food supply contractor in
Baghdad's high-end Mansour District.
His abduction was transacted in a matter of minutes, amidst a
hail of gunfire and a handful of casualties. For the first few
months of his captivity, Hallums endured beatings and psychological
torture while being shuffled from one ramshackle safe house to
From the four-foot-tall crawlspace where he carried out the bulk
of his nearly year-long abduction, Hallums established a surprising
degree of normalcy―a system of routines and timekeeping, along with
an attention to the particulars that defined his horrific ordeal.
His experience is recreated here, rich with harrowing specifics and
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