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September 27, 2012 10:16 AM

Book review: 'Into the Fire' lets Kentucky Medal of Honor recipient Dakota Meyer down

Let's cut to the chase: I've read Kentuckian Dakota Meyer's new book, Into the Fire, and I still have no clear idea how the key battle in the Medal of Honor recipient's life unfolded. Either I am not that smart, or the book is not edited at all well, or I need a video guide to Afghan village attacks. Either way, I can only make a call based on how credible Meyer seems. He appears credible. It's his book that lets him down.

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