's position among our foremost chroniclers of Canada at war." (Globe & Mail
's skill in writing battle narrative remains unsurpassed." (Quill & Quire
"Finally a book about Canadians in Sicily! Operation Husky
details the Canadian army's Second World War baptism by fire." (Maclean's
"There is no question that Mark Zuehlke
has become one of Canada's best historical writers." (Esprit de Corps
About the Author
Mark Zuehlke is the winner of the 2014 Pierre Berton Award: the Governor General's History Award for Popular Media. In 2006, his Canadian Battle Series book Holding Juno won the City of Victoria Butler Book Prize. He has also written six historical works outside of the series, including For Honour’s Sake (Knopf Canada), which won the 2007 Canadian Author’s Association Lela Common Award for Canadian History. He lives in Victoria, BC.