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Brought To Battle: A Novel of World War II

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  • Jeff Shaara has written vivid, perceptive portraits of America’s wars that have thrilled and mesmerized readers across generations. Collected for the first time in this eBook volume are Jeff Shaara’s epic bestselling novels of World War II: and .

    As the United States wades into the shifting tides of war, Shaara details every move—the tank battles along the Mediterranean coast, the audacious invasion at Omaha Beach, the deadly final spasms of the Third Reich. He brings to life such figures as Eisenhower and Patton, as well as the courageous men on the front lines of battle. On full display throughout is the inimitable style and striking narrative range that have made Jeff Shaara such an esteemed and essential chronicler of the American age.

    Contains an excerpt from Jeff Shaara’s acclaimed new novel of World War II in the Pacific, , which called “extraordinarily evocative.”

    Jeff Shaara has written vivid, perceptive portraits of America’s wars that have thrilled and mesmerized readers across generations. Collected for the first time in this eBook volume are Jeff Shaara’s epic bestselling novels of World War II: and .

    As the United States wades into the shifting tides of war, Shaara details every move—the tank battles along the Mediterranean coast, the audacious invasion at Omaha Beach, the deadly final spasms of the Third Reich. He brings to life such figures as Eisenhower and Patton, as well as the courageous men on the front lines of battle. On full display throughout is the inimitable style and striking narrative range that have made Jeff Shaara such an esteemed and essential chronicler of the American age.

    Contains an excerpt from Jeff Shaara’s acclaimed new novel of World War II in the Pacific, , which called “extraordinarily evocative.”

  • Karl Friedrich, newspaper reporter, public relations writer, photographer and copy writer makes his debut as an author in Wings: A Novel of World War II Flygirls. He gives voice to a neglected but intriguing slice of World War II. His lifelong fascination with women who accomplish great things despite the displeasure of men and his love of flying permeate the pages of his book.

    Wings, A Novel of World War II Flygirls is available beginning April 1st in bookstores and online. Published by McBooks Press in hardcover, it can be downloaded to digital readers as well.

  • Sally Ketchum, the young heroine of Karl Friedrich’s fine debut novel, Wings: A Novel of World War II Flygirls, has a lot to overcome. By the end of the first chapter the list is short and painful: an abusive, deprived, motherless childhood on a farm in East Texas, and the endless heartache of losing her true love in a blazing plane crash which she survives.

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In the book, Wings, A Novel of World War II Flygirls by Karl Friedrich, he takes the readers on a journey based on the true World War II story of America's first female military pilots. This is such a remarkable story that shows another side of just how some women served in assisting our war efforts in other ways besides the Rosie the Riveter working girl. I love how this portrays the stereotypes the women were faced with and how they were treated by civilians and service personnel while trying to do their job. It was not a easy one by any means.