Edward R. Murrow, Walter Cronkite, Eric Sevareid—the greatest American journalists of the 20th century all made their names on as war correspondents, but none of them would beat out Bat Conroy to a good story. When it comes to the Japanese invasion of China, Bat’s always been top dog . . . until now. An unknown writer is stealing his thunder and maybe even his job—and the most shocking news of all is the true identity of the elusive journalist.