Wings Over The Pacific by Raymond Fiore

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Wings Over The Pacific is a World War II novel dealing with American and Japanese pilots and crews in the Pacific Theater of Operations. Dan Kelly, Navy fighter pilot, finds out that he craves the excitement of aerial combat, despite the dangers. Jim Slater, Marine Corps pilot, put on the ragged edge of the front lines, trying to blunt the Japanese onslaught. Takeo Tanaka, Japanese torpedo bomber pilot, has a front row seat to the largest battles of the war.

Follow their exploits, and others, from the attack on Pearl Harbor through the Battle of Midway. Set in historically accurate locations and surrounded by historical figures, they wage war in the skies, for their country or for their emperor, hoping to survive.

About Raymond Fiore

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Raymond Fiore is a former Marine Corps officer and a former law enforcement officer. Besides writing, he enjoys photography, kayaking and travel with his family. He is a native Californian, who now resides in the greater Sacramento area. For the latest updates on new books and promotions: Twitter: @rayfiore Facebook: /RaymondFioreBooks
Published December 19, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 268 pages
Genres: War, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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