Forgotten Heroes of WWII by Thomas E. Simmons, published by Taylor Trade, will have its book launch at Barnes & Nobel, Saturday, November 8, 2014 at 2 pm, 15246 Crossroads Parkway, Gulfport, MS 39503
“If you only read one book of the 11,000 plus books about WW II, this is the one you should read. It takes you up close, maybe closer than you want to be, to the fight on land, sea and air, close to individuals representing the thousands or ordinary boys in all services who stood their post, gave their best, and kept us free. They are heroes every one.”
Forgotten heroes, they truly are. Men of honor, integrity, and perseverance, love of God, country, and family who fought on many fronts and survived to tell their stories— stories of horrors seen which live on forever in their minds and hearts. These veterans are slowly "crossing to the other side" to be greeted by those who have long been there, welcomed with open arms. Men and women you share combat and service time with, you never forget, especially those you see take their last breath. These are the personal accounts that will live with you till the end of time.
Republished as a second edition with enhanced and added stories by Taylor Trade/Rowman and Littlefield Represented by Loiacono Literary Agency www.loiaconoliteraryagency.com Thomas E. Simmons www.thomasesimmons.net