AVONDALE, Ariz. (PRWEB) September 19, 2012
Author K.D. O’Connell’s TIMEFLEX The Pettigrew Alternative is an engaging fiction that depicts the story of US Army soldiers, their exploits and the challenge they face—whether to decide to protect the Confederate Civilians or join their counterparts. This book is a reminder of the soldier’s contribution to the country and how their choices affect the people.
This book relates that in 1996, while on a routine Live Fire mission, modern US Army Soldiers are sent back to November 1864, Georgia almost in the path of American Civil War General Sherman’s March to the Sea. The soldiers have to make a decision to protect the Confederate Civilians or join their counterparts, the Union Army. The decision is made for them when it was discovered that the family they stumbled upon, are actually helping escaped slaves and have been, even before the war. Without the modern soldiers help, the civilians would be massacred, the decisions Lieutenant Washington and SFC Conner make will not only affect their soldiers, but the possible outcome of the American Civil War and America as a whole.
Riveting, insightful and peppered with images of war, this book is a must read for those who are searching for a good read in this genre. It will allow them to explore the lives of the US Army soldiers on this particular period and discover their significant role in protecting the country and its people.
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About the Author
K.D. O’Connell is a retired Sergeant First Class, US Army Military Intelligence Soldier and currently a Correctional Supervisor. His wife, Cyndi, is the love of his life. He enjoys reading history, mysteries and discovery of the unknown. He lives in Avondale, Ariz., with his wife, Cyndi, two dogs, Poncho and Rosey, and loves to spend time with family and friends. Writing stories is his hobby, as well as talking to anyone about his stories.
TIMEFLEX The Pettigrew Alternative * by K.D. O'Connell
Publication Date: July 18, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 205 pages; 978-1-4771-3558-7
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