2005 Marks the 60th Anniversary of the End of World War II

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"Once more the veterans of World War II should be honored for saving the world from disaster", says Leon Cooper, author of "90 Day Wonder - Darkness Remembered"

"90 Day Wonder - Darkness Remembered," a recent book by World War II veteran, Leon Cooper, recounts his true to life story as a young Naval officer who was in the thick of battle not only with the Japanese but with his sociopath commanding officer as well.

Author Leon Cooper, like many veterans of armed conflict, continued to experience "post-war syndrome," even for years after his battle experiences. At the urging of his late wife, Alberta, Leon finally agreed that writing of his experiences would be a form of therapy. "90 Day Wonder-Darkness Remembered" is the result.

World War II buffs will enjoy reading this action-packed tale about the abuse of power, murder, revenge, love and redemption and the author's heroic struggle to rebuild his life. For those who want to know more about the War in the Pacific, "90 Day Wonder" takes you there.

The following is an excerpt from the book. " In World War One it was "shell shock." "That's what you have," said the doctor. "That's why your hands are trembling and your legs are twitching plus a low-grade fever. You're a classic case."

"90 Day Wonder - Darkness Remembered" is on sale at all major book store outlets, including Amazon.


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