My Conversation With Andrew Gross, Author Of The Fifth Column

Click Here To Listen Andrew Gross-The Fifth Column “One of the best historical thriller authors in the business... [A] stellar novel.” —Associated Press #1 New York Times bestselling author of The One Man Andrew Gross once again delivers a tense, stirring thriller of a family torn apart set against the backdrop of a nation plunged into war. February, 1939. Europe teeters on the brink of war. In New York City, twenty-two thousand cheering Nazi supporters pack Madison Square Garden for a raucous, hate-filled rally. In a Hell’s Kitchen bar, Charles Mossman is reeling from the loss of his job and the demise of his marriage when a group draped in Nazi flags barges in. Drunk, [...]

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My Conversation With Benjamin Runkle, Author Of Generals In The Making: How Marshall, Eisenhower, Patton, And Their Peers Became the Commanders Who Won World War II

Click Here To Listen Benjamin Runkle Shakespeare famously wrote that some men are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them. Part military history and part group biography, Generals in the Making tells the amazing true story of how George Marshall, Dwight Eisenhower, Douglas MacArthur, George Patton, and their peers became the greatest generation of senior commanders in military history. As the U.S. Army’s triumphant homecoming from World War I was quickly forgotten amidst two decades filled with economic depression and growing isolationism, Marshall, Eisenhower, MacArthur, Patton, Omar Bradley, Lucian Truscott, Matthew Ridgway, and their brothers in arms toiled in a profession most Americans viewed with distrust. Before they became legends, [...]

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My Conversation With Sean Parnell, Author Of All Out War

Click Here To Listen Sean Parnell All Out War “Eric Steele and author Sean Parnell are the real deal.”— Lee Child Special operative Eric Steele, introduced in Man of War, is on the hunt for a formidable Russian terrorist in this high-intensity tale of international intrigue from the author of the New York Times bestselling memoir Outlaw Platoon. Badly injured while stopping a rogue agent from obtaining weapons of mass destruction, elite warrior Eric Steele is drawn back into service before he’s ready when unknown assailants break into his home near Pittsburgh, injuring his mother and stealing his father’s pistol. An Alpha—an elite soldier under the direct command of the president of the United States—Steele [...]

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Real Talk With Dr. Valencia Campbell: Stopping the Gun Violence-Do Your Part On DrAlvin.Com

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By |August 9th, 2019|African Americans, DrValencia, Elections, Government, Guns, Military, Police, Politics, Uncategorized, Violence, Women, Youth|Comments Off on Real Talk With Dr. Valencia Campbell: Stopping the Gun Violence-Do Your Part On DrAlvin.Com

My Conversation With David Baldacci, Author Of One Good Deed

Click Here To Listen David Baldacci-One Good Deed The #1 New York Times bestselling author David Baldacci introduces an unforgettable new character: Archer, a straight-talking former World War II soldier fresh out of prison for a crime he didn't commit. It's 1949. When war veteran Aloysius Archer is released from Carderock Prison, he is sent to Poca City on parole with a short list of do's and a much longer list of don'ts: do report regularly to his parole officer, don't go to bars, certainly don't drink alcohol, do get a job--and don't ever associate with loose women. The small town quickly proves more complicated and dangerous than Archer's years serving in the war or [...]

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My Conversation With Noelle Salazar, Author Of The Flight Girls: A Novel

Click Here To Noelle Salazar A stunning story about the Women Airforce Service Pilots whose courage during World War II turned ordinary women into extraordinary heroes 1941. Audrey Coltrane has always wanted to fly. It’s why she implored her father to teach her at the little airfield back home in Texas. It’s why she signed up to train military pilots in Hawaii when the war in Europe began. And it’s why she insists she is not interested in any dream-derailing romantic involvements, even with the disarming Lieutenant James Hart, who fast becomes a friend as treasured as the women she flies with. Then one fateful day, she gets caught in the air over Pearl Harbor [...]

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Real Talk With Dr. Valencia Campbell: Support The Congressional Gold Medal Bill For WAC Members On DrAlvin.Com

Click Here To Listen Dr Valencia Campbell-Support The Congressional Gold Medal Bill For WAC Members

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My Conversation With James Lacey, Author Of The Washington War: FDR’s Inner Circle And The Politics Of Power That Won World War II

Click Here To Listen The Office Of The Citizen-James Lacey To Learn More Visit TuneIn.Com: The Office Of The Citizen Twitter: OfficeCitizen1 Instagram: TheOfficeOfTheCitizenDotCom Facebook: DrAlvin.Com. https://www.GoFundMe.com/The-Office-Of-The-Citizen Have the best day ever! A Team of Rivals for World War II—the inside story of how FDR and the towering personalities around him waged war in the corridors of Washington, D.C., to secure ultimate victory on the battlefields of Europe and the Pacific. The Washington War is the story of how the Second World War was fought and won in the capital’s halls of power—and how the United States, which in December 1941 had a nominal army and a decimated naval fleet, was able in only thirty [...]

By |June 6th, 2019|Biography, Government, History, Military, Politics, Travel, War|Comments Off on My Conversation With James Lacey, Author Of The Washington War: FDR’s Inner Circle And The Politics Of Power That Won World War II

My Conversation With Sonia Purnell, Author Of A Woman of No Importance: The Untold Story Of The American Spy Who Helped Win World War II

Click Here To Listen Sonia Purnell A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER "An incredible story of under-appreciated heroism." - USA Today, Five Books to Read This Week "A compelling biography of a masterful spy, and a reminder of what can be done with a few brave people -- and a little resistance." - NPR The never-before-told story of Virginia Hall, the American spy who changed the course of World War II, from the author of Clementine In 1942, the Gestapo sent out an urgent transmission: "She is the most dangerous of all Allied spies. We must find and destroy her." The target in their sights was Virginia Hall, a Baltimore socialite who talked her way into [...]

By |May 9th, 2019|Military, War, Women, World War|Comments Off on My Conversation With Sonia Purnell, Author Of A Woman of No Importance: The Untold Story Of The American Spy Who Helped Win World War II

My Conversation With Thomas Lockley, Author Of African Samurai: The True Story Of Yasuke, A Legendary Black Warrior In Feudal Japan

Click Here To Listen Thomas Lockley The remarkable life of history’s first foreign-born samurai, and his astonishing journey from Northeast Africa to the heights of Japanese society. When Yasuke arrived in Japan in the late 1500s, he had already traveled much of the known world. Kidnapped as a child, he had ended up a servant and bodyguard to the head of the Jesuits in Asia, with whom he traversed India and China learning multiple languages as he went. His arrival in Kyoto, however, literally caused a riot. Most Japanese people had never seen an African man before, and many of them saw him as the embodiment of the black-skinned (in local tradition) Buddha. Among those [...]

By |May 9th, 2019|Africa, African Americans, Ancient, Asia, Biography, Military, Travel, Uncategorized, War|Comments Off on My Conversation With Thomas Lockley, Author Of African Samurai: The True Story Of Yasuke, A Legendary Black Warrior In Feudal Japan