"Written in three parts, Wild Blue explores a new niche in World War II American literature. It gives an inside view of the young women, their families, and communities, along with national politics and their relations with their counterpart combat pilots at war. Cain reveals how Paula and her peers brought about the greatest revolution in America since 1776.
Paula Roncourt, West Texas artist, fights ""The Battle of Texas"" while her pilot husband, Garner Cameron, commands missions over Germany. Paula, secretary to the Commanding Officer at Goodfellow Air Corps Base, suffers when Garner is shot down over the English Channel, then later, is Missing In Action.
Wild Blue's poignant story affirms the strength of our country's young women and combat pilots pulling together to save America and the world for freedom."
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Published January 30, 2012
Literature & Fiction, History, Gay & Lesbian, Comics & Graphic Novels.