The Life and Times of Young Sonny Tompkins, Part Two

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About the author:
Michael E. Benson was born in a small coal mining town in Kansas. He moved to the deserts of Utah when he was twelve and there he learned to hunt and to survive in the wilderness. It was there he also learned of his affinity with horses. Later, his parents moved to Kansas City. After high school, he joined the United States Coast Guard. After he returned home, he worked at many occupations. Eventually, he became a private detective and later a police officer.He earned a Master of Science in Education degree in Criminal Justice and a Master of Arts degree in American History. He became a member of the faculty at Longview Community College in Lee's Summit, Missouri, where he stayed for the next twenty-five years teaching American History and Criminal Justice. After his retirement, he began his writing career in earnest. Today, Michael lives in south Texas with his wife Barbara

The Life and Times of Young Sonny Tompkins, Part Two
 

Part 2

Authored by Michael E. Benson, Michael E. Benson

In 1943, at the age of eighteen, Sonny Tompkins enlisted in the United States Army. He soon discovered that he had a remarkable special ability which the Army was eager to exploit. A whirlwind of events found him a Captain in the O.S.S. by age 20, the protégé of General Robert Phillips and killing Nazis behind the lines in occupied Belgium and France. Follow his life and loves in this historical novel set in the Great Depression and World War II..


Publication Date:
Jul 28 2011
ISBN/EAN13:
1463772289 / 9781463772284
Page Count:
244
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Historical




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