17 May 2017
“Normandy: A Father’s Ship and a Son’s Curiosity”
A number of books have been bought and I thank you on behalf of the officers and crew of the PC 552. Tell us what you think about their story. So far, the most appreciated chapter has been the chapter of the personal experiences of D-day. Some readers said it gave chills up their spines.
Another dominant point was that many today don’t know about D-day and its significance. They would appreciate a chapter before the D-day chapter which explains the reasons for D-day, the battle plan, and where the PC 552 fit into all of this.
Perhaps in a year or two, I will write another expanded version incorporating the suggestions I receive but no promises. This has cost a lot of money and has been a lot of work. Of course, it will be partly a function of how well this book is appreciated.
In the meantime, the crew and I would like your reviews. You may give customer reviews at the following links:
Barnes and Noble: https://goo.gl/yyaJTD
You may contact me directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org