At War with the Wind by David Sears

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At War with the Wind

'"A work of power and passion . . . The finest account of the American reaction to the furious suicide raids that attempted to turn the course of the War in the Pacific." —Donald L. Miller, author of D-Days in the Pacific "A real stunner . . . A superb narrative of life, death, and incredible heroism." —Jim Hartz, former host of Today "Thorough and vivid . . . A timely, absorbing book." —John C. McManus, author of Alamo in the Ardennes "Gripping naval combat writing . . . Sears pulls no punches in this powerful account of the sheer terror that was kamikaze warfare." —M. G. Sheftall, author of Blossoms in the Wind "Mesmerizing . . . With history like this, who needs fiction? Simply thrilling." —Kenneth Sewell, author of Red Star Rogue "Powerful . . . David Sears salutes American heroism in the bleakest days of the war." —H. Paul Jeffers, author of Command of Honor "Gripping . . . Sears puts readers beside the heroic American sailors in the bull's eye." —Jerome Preisler, author of All Hands Down "Well-researched . . . a must for World War II book aficionados." —Steve Jackson, author of Lucky Lady'
'"A work of power and passion . . . The finest account of the American reaction to the furious suicide raids that attempted to turn the course of the War in the Pacific." —Donald L. Miller, author of D-Days in the Pacific "A real stunner . . . A superb narrative of life, death, and incredible heroism." —Jim Hartz, former host of Today "Thorough and vivid . . . A timely, absorbing book." —John C. McManus, author of Alamo in the Ardennes "Gripping naval combat writing . . . Sears pulls no punches in this powerful account of the sheer terror that was kamikaze warfare." —M. G. Sheftall, author of Blossoms in the Wind "Mesmerizing . . . With history like this, who needs fiction? Simply thrilling." —Kenneth Sewell, author of Red Star Rogue "Powerful . . . David Sears salutes American heroism in the bleakest days of the war." —H. Paul Jeffers, author of Command of Honor "Gripping . . . Sears puts readers beside the heroic American sailors in the bull's eye." —Jerome Preisler, author of All Hands Down "Well-researched . . . a must for World War II book aficionados." —Steve Jackson, author of Lucky Lady'
Publisher: Citadel ISBN: 9780806535968 Pages: 502