FATAL INCIDENT by Jim Proebstle
OVERVIEW: (from Goodreads)
Inspired by the true events of an Air Transport Command aircraft disaster in Alaska in 1944, Fatal Incident reveals the dark secrets of a WW II conspiracy of how twenty U.S. military deaths have gone unsolved for over 66 years. The story will attract male and female readers interested in conspiracy, espionage, and the human emotions of people in love separated during war.
This book would be a good read for lots of people. History, Mystery.and much more. The book is a page turner. You can't seem to put it down.There is a special section "Author Notes" which is great. It gives information that was used in the book and a good read on it's own.
I recommend this book to anyone who wants a good summer read under the oak tree or on a stormy night when the wind is blowing and the boards are creaking.
I was given this complimentary copy of FATAL INCIDENT from the author Jim Roebstle for this unbiased review.
I'd give this book 4 STARS.
|Jim Proebstle is new on the scene as an author. His first novel, In the Absence of Honor, was released in August, 2008 and has received positive reviews and industry awards.
He and his wife, Carole, call northern Minnesota home for the summer
months. Deer Park, IL is their permanent residence, close to their two
children and five grandchildren.|
Jim received his BA and MBA from Michigan State University and remains a loyal Spartan. His corporate career in sales and management prepared him to form Prodyne, Inc.—a management consulting firm in which he is still active.