After publishing "TailGunner:
Victor Merkel reveals how Buck Remke, a WWII veteran in the late 1940s and early 1950s, tries to cope with depression and flashbacks of experiences in a POW camp. He also discovers the Philadelphia Veterans Administration labyrinth of experimental treatments such as frontal lobe - lobotomy - for battle fatigue.
Ann Frommer brings to life, the major character, cast as a Hungarian soldier. During a clash on the eastern front, enemy forces capture him, and in the fog of war - thought dead - by the Hungarian Army and his family. Imprisoned but not crushed by grim conditions and with the help of a nurse who grows to love him, he plots an escape in hopes of returning to Budapest.
In 1925, German politician, Adolf Hitler, wrote "Mein Kampf" (My Struggle) while in prison. Mein Kampf - by Adolf Hitler (http://www.amazon.com/
Less than a decade later, he rose to the highest position (führer) in Germany. No one imagined the death, destruction and ruined lives, soon to follow him. "- R3 - Revenge Redemption Resolution" by Vicann Press (at Amazon, November/2014)
Victor Merkel is an author, ghostwriter and former electronics' sales executive. Ann Frommer is an author, photographer, medical writer and former director in the field of health care. They both grew up in New England Valley, a lush corridor of green grass and trees, outside coal-torn Tamaqua, Pa. Several one-room schools and Tamaqua High prepared them - best as possible - to live in a world, influenced by the cold war with Russia, Vietnam War and President John Kennedy.