Join us today at noon EST on our Facebook page as we sit down with author and former pro racing driver John W. Warner IV about Little Anton, a three-volume World War II epic adventure that blends historical fact and fiction to reveal the hidden history of technological inventions that powered high-performance cars, planes and war machinery of the 1930s and 40s — and the prominent leaders who exploited them.

Little Anton is also a love story and spy novel; it features a bevy of fascinating characters both real and imagined. Adolph Hitler, Ferdinand Porsche, Sir Winston Churchill, Ettore Bugatti, and long-distance flying record-holder pilot Amy Johnson all figure prominently, along with a sexy and daring fictional heroine, Lady Bea, sent by Great Britain to spy on Porsche and his work for Hitler.

She is joined by Lutz Becker, a handsome young Bavarian racecar driver who, under Porsche’s patronage, becomes a pro auto racer in international Grand Prix competitions. Together, this brave duo takes readers through the horrors of wartime destruction, bizarre occult-driven factions within the Nazi Party, and the secret machinations of corporate and political leaders around the world. (Read more about the book in our review.)

Strap on your wind goggles and get ready for adventure!