Island of the Phoenix

Mills, Vic

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Synopsis: Same war, different enemy... Captain Michael Hollands, United States Army Air Corps, is a combat-hardened pilot, battling Nazi fighter planes for control of the skies over North Africa. His life is difficult and sometimes it's brutal, but he understands his place in the world, and he understands the rules. Then an unexpected change of orders yanks him out of familiar surroundings, and sends him half-way around the world to fight the Japanese in the South Pacific. Shuffled to an obscure air base in the Solomon Islands, he discovers that his assigned unit has transferred to a new operating area, taking their aircraft with them. Without planes or official sanction, Hollands must beg, borrow, and steal to build a fighter squadron that will take the war to the enemy's doorstep. But nothing can prepare him for what happens when he crash-lands on an unnamed island behind Japanese lines. Marooned among a handful of heroic survivors, he is about to discover the true meaning of loyalty, patriotism, courage, and love. The Japanese Imperial Navy has no idea what's in store for it. And neither does Mike Hollands...

About the Author: Vic Mills was born in Los Angeles in 1942. He has three children, Mike, Lisa, and Jason, and?at last count?seven grandchildren. In the late 1950s, while attending high school in Felton, California (Santa Cruz), Vic was active in Music? singing, writing, and performing with his younger sister, Diana, and a high school friend. When he relocated to L.A. in 1963, he was asked to submit several of his musical compositions for then-current rock and roll artists. In 1966, prior to his induction into the Army, Vic moved to Seattle. Upon his return from Vietnam and release from the military, he returned to his job there with the city transit system. In 1984, Vic started his own vehicle consulting firm. He?s currently hard at work on his next novel.

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Title: Island of the Phoenix
Publisher: Navigator Pub.

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