Home Again At Last
Britain has been battling the Second World War for three discouraging years. Nazi Germany is at the pinnacle of its power. But now, with the Americans drawn into the monumental conflict, a critical turning point has been reached. First Lieutenant Michael Carlyle is being transferred from captaining a motor torpedo boat close to home in the English Channel to fighting against the Germans and Italians in North Africa.
Orrin Hatch, United States Senator
Home Again At Last perfectly captures the struggles and sacrifices of those who served our country in the Mediterranean theater in World War II. These are stories that every American needs to remember and appreciate.
John P. MacFarlane, Political Science Adjunct Instructor
This is an action-packed story with realistic battle scenes, interesting characters, and a compelling story of personal heroism and tragedy. As observes, "Perhaps that's the only
way to fully understand war--to make it personal."