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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Historical
  • Language:English
  • Series title:The Texas Gun Club
  • Series Number:0
  • Pages:288
  • eBook ISBN:9781612547589

Victory Road

by Mark Bowlin

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Overview
Fall, 1943: The Allied advance up the Italian peninsula has ground to a halt and the prospect of taking Rome before Christmas seems more distant than ever. In their first action since Salerno, First Lieutenant Sam Taft and the soldiers of Able Company are sent to wrest a lonely stretch of road from the German defenders. The Italians call it Highway 6, but the boys of the Texas Gun Club know it as Victory Road. As Sam slugs it out in the valley, somewhere beyond the highway high up in the moutains Captain Perkin Berger, Sam’s cousin, struggles against harsh elements and murderous German intelligence agents in his quest to be the first American into San Pietro. Victory Road is the second book in the award-winning Texas Gun Club series.
Description
Fall, 1943: The Allied advance up the Italian peninsula has ground to a halt and the prospect of taking Rome before Christmas seems more distant than ever. In their first action since Salerno, First Lieutenant Sam Taft and the soldiers of Able Company are sent to wrest a lonely stretch of road from the German defenders. The Italians call it Highway 6, but the boys of the Texas Gun Club know it as Victory Road. As Sam slugs it out in the valley, somewhere beyond the highway high up in the moutains Captain Perkin Berger, Sam’s cousin, struggles against harsh elements and murderous German intelligence agents in his quest to be the first American into San Pietro. Victory Road is the second book in the award-winning Texas Gun Club series.
About the author
Commander Mark Bowlin, USN (Ret.) is a somewhat opinionated former naval intelligence officer who believes that the Dallas Cowboys will win this year’s Super Bowl, that Texas is truly God’s country, and that good Texas barbeque and a cold beer is superior to champagne and caviar in every respect. Mark was a soldier in the Texas National Guard before being commissioned as an ensign in the United States Navy. Mark has lived in Wales, Japan, and Italy and served in a variety of billets ashore and afloat in the United States and overseas. Among other personal, unit, and campaign awards, Mark has earned the Legion of Merit and Defense Meritorious Service Medal.

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