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Welcome to World War II.
Horrific, fast, furious.
America's survival was uncertain.
If you have an interest in the American home front, gender equality, and the building of Tibbet's famous Enola Gay, you will enjoy Ginny Cooper's War.
Young Ginny Cooper, fresh from Radcliffe College, joins millions of women staffing industrial jobs to keep the nation producing the weapons needed for victory.
At a huge bomber plant near Omaha, Nebraska, Ginny encounters not only gender conflict, but also the deadly tentacles of an enemy cell- a cell that take vicious aim at the plant, America's beloved president, and Ginny herself. Amid the chaos, Ginny discovers unexpected love.
On the other side of the world, Colonel Paul Tibbets is fighting his way across Europe and Africa on a course that will lead to Omaha and the Enola Gay.
As Tibbets flies the Enola Gay to Japan on a mission no one was sure he'd survive, Ginny finds herself on the run from an evil that's been right in front of her all along.
The thrilling climax will leave readers breathless and wanting justice... and McDowell delivers.
Ginny Cooper's War is the story of an extraordinary young woman who came to Omaha to do her part in the great struggle. Little did she anticipate the important role she would play.
If you do not know the names Jimmy Doolittle, Enola Gay, Paul Tibbets, or Glenn L. Martin, you can meet and appreciate them in Ginny Cooper's War.
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About the Author
After high school, Lawson charged into the oil fields to join the wildcatters and boomers. He enjoyed the madness and bedlam of the industry, but chose to go to college. He attended Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas, where he graduated near the top of his class.
After graduation, Lawson went to work for the railroad, learning train operations and rail yard supervision across the Southwest.
He advanced through the ranks, eventually serving as Terminal Superintendent in Los Angeles and Division Superintendent in Tucson and Kansas City. At the corporate level, he served as director of safety in Denver, and chaired the Association of American Railroads Safety Section in Washington. D.C.
Lawson retired from Union Pacific Railroad in 2015 as Director of Premium Operations. He and his wife live in Omaha, Nebraska where Lawson writes in his spare time.
For more information visit WWW.LawsonMcdowell.com