An Alternative History of World War Two
What if WWII Germany had developed long range bombers that could reach the U.S.?
How would that have changed the war in Europe and especially here at home?
In this exciting new novel, a shockingly unprepared New York City is attacked only months after Pearl Harbor. As shock waves reverberate through the press and White House, the home front defenders scramble to prepare. When will the next attack happen? Where will they strike?
Crack Army pilot Major Joel Knight is assigned to a training base, frustrating his ambitions to fight in Europe. Suddenly, he is thrust into a desperate defense of America's cities with obsolete airplanes and untested tactics. With help from a beautiful school teacher, he must prevent a diabolical attack on America's secret atomic labs at Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
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Jeff Kildow is the son of a WWII veteran, and an Air Force veteran himself. He retired after a long career as an aerospace engineer. He has had a life-long interest in WWII and has amassed a large library on the subject. He loves vintage warbirds and old cars. Hitler's failure to take advantage of the opportunities presented to him has been a subject that Jeff has been fascinated with for years.
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Book Description Intermedia Publishing Group, Inc., 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1935529935