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Dr. Gail Zimmerman has a secret to share. It is a secret that she has carried with her for most of her life. There used to be others who shared her secret; but these people died or were killed to keep the secret. It was the way of the SS. For years, Gail was afraid of revealing what she knew. She was afraid that the flight journals that she carried in her medical bag would lead to her own untimely demise. But now, Gail was beginning to think that perhaps she should share her secret. She was the only one left who knew the secret and her time was running out. Her heart was failing her. Could she trust her new American friend, Jeff, and his sweetheart, Pam? Could she go back once her secret is revealed? Would her secret change the way history recorded the end of Nazi Germany?
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The author was raised in a German farming community in northwest Iowa in the years preceding and during Word War II. He is now retired and spends his time writing and flying. His personal aircraft, The Spirit of St. Joe, is a 150 Cessna which he flew through the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean from his home in Florida in July 2000 just for the fun of it.Review:
Joel Strait has woven a riveting tale of suspense and drama that flashes back to Second World War Germany and the ultimate fate of the mad leader, Hitler. Strait s knowledge of aircraft mechanics and the history of flight research and innovations during the Second World War is astounding and makes for a very credible story. This book is a real page-turner as the main character, Gail, looks back on her life in Germany and beyond its borders at the end of the Second World War. The reader is immediately drawn into the plot. At the end of the novel, the reader is compelled to ask, Can this be true? and What if? Joel Strait writes with a passion for flying and from personal experience. With a German-American background and a fascination for flying and foreign weapon systems that dates to the Second World War, Strait certainly knows his subject matter. Strait s writing experience includes work as an aviation photojournalist, writing critical evaluations of various aircraft for the consumer pilot. His work has appeared in several flight magazines. Rivers of Decision is a great read and it is highly recommended by: --Emily-James Hills Orford, Allbooks Review.
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