Grandpa's Diary: From Country Boy to Counter Spy

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Grandpa's Diary: From Country Boy to Counter Spy

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When college student Adam J. Schreuder found his grandfather’s diaries, he knew that he’d uncovered something special.

Born in rural Montana at the end of the Great Depression, Adam’s grandfather, Dorwin Schreuder, grew up roaming free on his father’s farm and exploring the nearby Yellowstone River.

Dorwin’s entries detail his mid-twentieth century country boyhood and eventual career with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) with such detail and humor, that Adam decided to ask his permission to publish it—and Grandpa’s Diary is the delightful result.

Full of humor, warmth, FBI escapades, and plenty of hijinks, this delightful memoir reads much like the autobiography of Mark Twain…had Twain grown up in backwoods Montana and joined the FBI.

A celebration of youth and the American spirit, this book will delight readers from the baby boomer generation to true crime enthusiasts and millenials who want to explore this dynamic era.

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