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Cottonwood Summer '45

Gary Slaughter

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ISBN 10: 0974420654 / ISBN 13: 9780974420653
Published by Fletcher House, 2012
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Title: Cottonwood Summer '45

Publisher: Fletcher House

Publication Date: 2012

Book Condition:Good

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Cottonwood Summer '45, the latest novel in the Cottonwood series, continues the tradition of delivering an entertaining, richly-detailed reminiscence of home-front America during the summer of 1945, as well as details of the closing events of World War II. The last days of the war have a profound effect on America, as witnessed by the citizens of Riverton, Michigan, and Nashville, Tennessee, the settings of this fast-paced story in which Jase and his best friend Danny, the heroes of the Cottonwood novels, are plagued by yet another passel of bad guys. When the story opens, Danny has disappeared, along with a desperate German POW bent on making his way back to the Fatherland. With Danny as his hostage, he too falls victim to the wit and valor of the villain-vanquishing team. On their train trip to Nashville, our heroes are robbed but quickly identify the crook. Next, by capturing a nasty Nazi POW, they are awarded the Key to the City by Nashville's mayor. This action opens the doors to the exciting sights and sounds of Nashville in 1945. You'll weep as Danny causes the accidental death of a dear friend. And you'll marvel at how the duo deals with their first experience with racial disintegration. And you'll laugh aloud at the antics of Danny as his clairvoyance and intelligence bewilder pompous politicians and unfortunate criminals alike. Gary Slaughter's previous novels --Cottonwood Spring, Cottonwood Winter: A Christmas Story, Cottonwood Fall, and Cottonwood Summer -- were named finalist in six prestigious book awards for fiction writing in the categories of adult fiction and young-adult fiction. Based on early reviews, Cottonwood Summer '45 is his best book ever.

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Gary Slaughter grew up in a small town where he carefully observed life on the World War II home front. Upon graduation from the University of Michigan, he served as an office on naval destroyers. Over the years, he has written extensively and lectured widely on the management of corporate information technology. In 1999, he began writing the Cottonwood series. Gary and his wife Joanne make their hiome in Nashville,Tennessee. Cottonwood Spring was a popular fiction finalist for the 2010 Benjamin Franklin Award and a finalist for young-adult fiction for the 2009 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. Cottonwood Winter: A Christmas Story was an adult fiction finalist for the ForeWord 2008 Book of the Year Award and a finalist for both the general fictrion and young-adult fiction for the 2008 Indie Book Awards. Cottonwood Fall was a popular fiction finalist for the 2007 Benjamin Franklin Award.

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