"The heart-tugging dialogues between a mother and her daughter are the most sensitive and insightful I've ever read."-W/C T. W. H (Howard) Hewer, CD, RCAF ret., author of In for a Penny, In for a Pound.
"Makes the reader want to finish the story before putting it down."-S/L George Sweanor, RCAF, ret., 419 Squadron, author of It's All Pensionable Time.
"his is how I saw life on the squadron sixty-two years ago."-F/O Doug Sample, CD, RCAF ret., rear gunner, 415 Squadron, President-Chairman, Yorkshire Air Museum, Canada Branch.
"An untold story, aircrew and their families. Accurate, moving, and compelling."-F/O "Jeff" Jeffery, DFC, RCAF ret., pilot, 432 Squadron, president, The Halifax Aircraft Association.
Night after night, WWII bomber aircrews flew operations from English airfields. They were ordinary men asked to do extraordinary things. Many left behind families and secrets. One involves Barbara MacDonald, a London actress, who learns from her dying mother that her father was shot down over Germany in 1943. Barbara's quest to find out about him takes her across England and out to Canada. What she learns changes her attitude toward her parents, herself, and her profession. But it will also confront her with the greatest challenge of her life.