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Author:  Jacquie Ream
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 1887542639
ISBN-13: 9781887542630
Sku: 207663076
Publish Date: 3/17/2008
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9.25H x 6L x 1.25T
Pages:  311
Age Range:  NA
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Yunnan Province, China, 1943... Two men wage an intellectual war over a timeworn chessboard, a metaphor for the conflict that rages in the skies above. The young, handsome Army pilot seethes against the violent forces of a hostile world, angry that his bombs and bullets cannot vanquish the enemy who threatens all his values. His opponent, the older, world-wise man of the cloth dispatched long ago to this dreary, distant outpost, offers divine guidance: "You can''t force the hand of God." Such advice is wasted on Major Rodger Brown, who has never been one to simply accept fate--not since the terrible night of his childhood when another evil penetrated his world, forcing a good man to flee for his life. A helpless boy then, Rodger grew to be a man who vowed to change the course of injustice--even if it meant using the lethal power he learned to wield both above the clouds and in the boxing ring.
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Yunnan Province, China, 1943...Two men wage an intellectual war over a timeworn chessboard, a metaphor for the conflict that rages in the skies above. The young, handsome Army pilot seethes against the violent forces of a hostile world, angry that his bombs and bullets cannot vanquish the enemy who threatens all his values. His opponent, the older, world-wise man of the cloth dispatched long ago to this dreary, distant outpost, offers divine guidance: "You can't force the hand of God." Such advice is wasted on Major Rodger Brown, who has never been one to simply accept fate--not since the terrible night of his childhood when another evil penetrated his world, forcing a good man to flee for his life. A helpless boy then, Rodger grew to be a man who vowed to change the course of injustice--even if it meant using the lethal power he learned to wield both above the clouds and in the boxing ring. Author Jacquie Ream paints a vivid picture of life during wartime, both at the front lines and on the home front. Her story evokes a time when men and women found the courage to do the necessary, the objectionable, even the unthinkable to defend their lives and loved ones, and to preserve the essential fabric of this great country.
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