Hello Sgt. Dunn readers!
I’m pleased to announce the upcoming release of the fourth Sgt. Dunn novel, Saving Paris. Here's the cover for Saving Paris.The book description is below.
David M. Jones (Jonesy the sniper is named for Dave) and his wife, Nathalie, created this great cover. The photo of the Eiffel Tower was taken by Jessica Welter, my friend Christian Welter's wife. They visited Paris this past May (2015) and graciously agreed to provide a photo. Dave converted it to black and white and aged it about 70 years!
I’m doing the final proofread and hope to publish next weekend, 12/18 - 12/20. If you haven't already, you can sign up for my newsletter on the right side of this page to be among the first to know when the book is published!
Sgt. Tom Dunn returns in his fourth book! Dunn and his British counterpart, Sgt. Malcolm Saunders, and their squads of lethal U.S. Army Rangers and British Commandos must secure the only armor-bearing bridge in Chartres, just fifty miles from Paris. George S. Patton’s Third Army is rushing across France and it must have the bridge to keep pressure on the retreating German army.
Adolf Hitler, still reeling from the defeats and turmoil in France, sends General Dietrich von Choltitz, the Butcher of Sevastopol, already known for his brutality, to Paris as the new governor. It’s obvious even to Hitler that the liberation of Paris is imminent so the Nazi Führer orders the general to execute an unthinkable act.
Back in England, a Bletchley Park analyst reads decrypted German Enigma messages and uncovers a terrifying Nazi threat against Paris. He works desperately to unravel the details and contacts an old friend working at 10 Downing Street for help. As information becomes clear piece by piece, there is only one choice: call on Dunn and Saunders, and their squads.
Dunn and Saunders must fight the odds as the fate of Paris, and France, and perhaps all of Western Europe rests in their courageous hands.
In Saving Paris, we also see the return of some old friends as, once again, Munsterman weaves WWII history and fiction for another compelling, fast-paced WWII action thriller.
Friday, December 11, 2015
Monday, December 7, 2015
". . . December 7th, 1941 - a date which will live in infamy . . ." ~ President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Speech to Congress on 8 December 1941
Please take a moment today to remember all those who died this day in 1941 at Pearl Harbor.
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