As a stunt pilot, Mark “Buzz” Kramer has experienced his share of adversity. Now, though, when the circus where he performs is nearly destroyed, Buzz is forced to overcome his trying circumstances.
Soon, his old friend Harry Whitecliff offers Buzz a chance to utilize his military training by flying over Afghanistan’
Buzz gratefully accepts the offer and during his journey to the Peshawar province he meets the lovely and enchanting Kimberly Smith. However, when the train arrives at the station, the two of them become separated and Buzz is left with only the disturbing thought of never seeing her again.
It’s 1928, and Germany is focused on acquiring and maintaining Afghanistan’
The Shadow Men have taken Harry Whitecliff and plan on executing him. Buzz must now risk his own life by confronting these mercenaries at an abandoned airfield. Even though the airfield is unused, Buzz’s eagle eye spots an old British fighter biplane known as “The Bee.” Now, with everything hanging in the balance, The Bee must fly again and Buzz must not fail in his efforts.
“Martin Krewson has utilized his extraordinary gift to draw his readers into a harsh and severe Afghanistan of the 1920s,” said Kathie McGuire, Director of Brighton Publishing LLC. “Historical facts, brilliantly defined settings, and a fully engaging plot make this an extremely believable and satisfying novel. Well done, Mr. Krewson!”
Martin Krewson’s long and varied career includes everything from sculpting life-size wax figures to working as a barker for the Royal American Carnival. Mr. Krewson has worked as a pilot, photographer for the Defense Department, historical consultant, gun wrangler, and certified pyro-technician for several movies. Mr. Krewson has prospected for gold, searched for lost treasure, and was chief executive of a gold mining operation. He now spends his time as owner of Odin Arms, Ltd., a nationally known gunsmithing operation.