From the Back Cover
December 7, 1941. A day that will live in infamy . . . Far across the Atlantic, the drums of war are pounding. Along with most Americans, the Stuart family is busy living life, oblivious to the growing threat overseas--until the attack on Pearl Harbor changes everything. Several Stuart men go off to fight, while on the home front the women face intense struggles of their own. As ever, the Stuarts must lean heavily on faith and family as they pray fervently for the safe return of their kin. Join master storyteller Gilbert Morris as he takes you from the Arkansas hills to the jungles of Guadalcanal, from Hollywood to the forests of Germany. Skillfully weaving romance and danger, broken hearts and redemption, Morris offers another fast-paced and thrilling adventure to fans of the continuing Stuart saga. Formerly a college English professor, Gilbert Morris spends all his waking hours writing fiction. The best-selling author of the House of Winslow series, he lives with his wife in Alabama.
About the Author
Gilbert Morris was first a pastor, then an English professor at the University of Arkansas. Retired from both careers, he lives with his wife in Gulf Shores, Alabama, where he writes his immensely popular books in an office he designed himself.