E. M. Nathanson
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E. M. Nathanson (born 1928) is the author of the 1965 novel The Dirty Dozen, which was adapted into the film of the same name.
- The Dirty Dozen (1965) ISBN 978-0970466204
- The Latecomers (1970)
- It Gave Everybody Something To Do (with Louise Thoresen) (1973)
- A Dirty Distant War (1987)- The Sequel to The Dirty Dozen .
- Knight's Cross (with Aaron Bank) (1993)
- Lovers and Schemers (2003)
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