The Making of a Spy In the Sky
A Story of a World War II Pilot
From inexperienced young man to a World War II pilot.
This is a gripping story of Hoyt Warren as he is transformed into a skilled and highly accomplished U.S. World War II pilot. This book takes you through the many decisions made by a young man as he trains to serve his country. You are taken into Cadet Warren’s training from boot camp through rigid physicals; from being accepted into pilot training to the joys and failures of learning to fly solo; from the friendships made to the sadness of losing friends when in combat. Dr. Warren uses the first person to make you a part of the action, into what he is thinking, how he continued to have faith in his ability in combat. He continuously praises his comrades for their bravery and abilities. This story is heartfelt and compelling. You will be rooting for Hoyt Warren from start to finish.
Format: 7 x 10 Black & White Paperback, 256 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Dec 29, 2021)
Genre: HISTORY / Military / Aviation & Space