Winner of the 2012 Bronze Award for BEST HISTORICAL FICTION awarded by the MILITARY WRITERS SOCIETY OF AMERICA (MWSA).PASS IN REVIEW is a trilogy about men and women totally involved in their rewarding but difficult relationship of militaryMoreWinner of the 2012 Bronze Award for BEST HISTORICAL FICTION awarded by the MILITARY WRITERS SOCIETY OF AMERICA (MWSA).PASS IN REVIEW is a trilogy about men and women totally involved in their rewarding but difficult relationship of military service to country. This is a saga of a 20th Century military family … three generations and their contemporaries – some famous, some not, but all of them intensely American.Pass in Review – DUTY is the story of Dave Nolan – part man, part legend – who leaves a small river town in Pennsylvania to chase his destiny in the Army as a professional soldier.
To him the Army is more than just a career, it is the essence of who he is – his very life. From the Plain of West Point, high above the Hudson, to the trenches of WWI France and the wearying decades between the two world wars of the 20th century, he devotes himself wholly and tirelessly to his country and the Army, even when they do not reciprocate.And woven throughout this saga is the historically accurate story of Dwight Eisenhower, Omar Bradley, George Patton, Douglas MacArthur, and others who graduated from West Point and interact with the fictional Nolan, all of whom forged the victories on battlefields around the world, across a century.
They along with Nolan, his friends, family and others – like the legendary “Wild Bill” Donovan, Dave Nolan’s mentor in war and during the peace – make and mold their Army, their country, their Alma Mater and their world.