“Well-researched, strikingly accurate, and compelling,” former flight lieutenant Tom Burdge raves that EO-N is one novel readers will have trouble putting down.
2019: Alison Wiley, a once-idealistic biotech CEO, is processing her new reality — she’s the last bud on the last branch of her family tree. On the heels of her mother’s illness and crushing death, she’s pulled into a seventy-four-year-old mystery by a chance discovery on a Norwegian glacier.
1945: RCAF Squadron Leader Jack Barton flies combat missions over occupied Europe. Major Günther Graf, a war-weary and disillusioned Luftwaffe pilot, is trapped in the unspeakable horrors of Nazi Germany. Their paths, so different yet so similar, are connected by a young victim of appalling cruelty.
A story of love and loss, cruelty and kindness, guilt and redemption, EO-N’s sweeping narrative takes readers on a riveting journey — from the destruction and cruelty of war to the relentless pressures of contemporary corporate greed.