Yesterday a war, today a war, a family in between… all revealed in this final book in the Quinn Saga from the Military Writers Society of America Gold Medal Winner, Thomas E. Simmons!
In 1917, when all the world was waiting with bated breath to see if the United States would come the rescue of Europe, Lt. Ansel Quinn is assigned to the French Army Headquarters in Paris as a neutral observer. This sets off an unimaginable chain of events affecting his new wife, Isabel, in international intrigue, and a family’s struggles across the twenty short years between the end of World War I, a period that includes the influenza epidemic, the roaring twenties, prohibition, the great depression, and the start of World War II.
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From book one, By Accident of Birth, you are hooked. The second, The Last Quinn Standing, picks up where one leaves off, not missing a beat. Perfect! You are so worried about Bethany and Ansel you simply have to find out what happens next. Then comes book three, No Promise for Tomorrow. WOW! Tom Simmons is one fantastic author! He brings every nuance of any scene to life. So many stand out that to tell you about them would give the story away. Won’t do it. You have to read it! I absolutely love the characters and how the story is seamlessly woven and nothing is mentioned that has no merit. It all fits together like a puzzle. I highly recommend all three! — CJ Loiacono