Playing with the Enemy

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Playing With the Enemy hard back cover
Gary W. Moore
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Born Gary Warren Moore[citation needed]
(1954-07-21) July 21, 1954 (age 62)[1][2]
Kankakee, Illinois US
Occupation Author / Speaker
Nationality American
Notable works Playing with the Enemy

Playing With the Enemy by Gary W. Moore is a book about Gene Moore, the author's father, whose professional baseball career with the Brooklyn Dodgers was interrupted by World War II. The title comes from the elder Moore's time as a guard in a top-secret prisoner of war camp that was holding the crew of a U-boat 505, a captured German submarine.[3] The book was the winner of the 2006 Military Writer's Society of America Book of the Year.[4]


Gary Moore is an American speaker, award winning author, business leader and musician. Moore is married to Arlene Moore (for 35 years), with their three children Toby, Tara Beth and Travis. Gary currently lives with his family in his hometown of Bourbonnais, Illinois.[5] Gary has been featured in publications such as Entrepreneur Magazine, Selling Power Magazine, Sales and Marketing Management Magazine, Impromptu Magazine and Southwest Airlines' Spirit Magazine, and was named the 1995 Chamber of Commerce Businessperson of the Year. In 1996, he was awarded the honorable Sam Walton Leadership Award and has appeared on CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox.[6]


  1. ^ [1] MySpace page
  2. ^ [2] "" Retrieved in 2009
  3. ^ [3] Synopsis of the book at
  4. ^ [4] | Retrieved August 2009
  5. ^ "Gary Moore MySpace page". MySpace. Retrieved 2009-08-20. 
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