Author Jack Wood’s New Book “Angels in my Life” is a Fascinating Depiction of His Time Spent in the US Military Serving in Military Intelligence and During WWII

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Recent release “Angels in my Life” from Page Publishing author Jack Wood is an amazing recollection of the author’s time spent in the Philippines during WWII, surviving a Japanese POW camp, serving as a Special Agent in Military Intelligence, and employed as a polygraph operator.

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Jack Wood, a highly decorated WWII veteran, has completed his new book “Angels in my Life”: a gripping and powerful story of survival, bravery, and faith during continued service in the United States Military.

After an unbelievable and heroic effort continuing to war against the Japanese in the 1940’s, Jack says, “(I) believe I was blessed by God with an Angel to have survived the War and over three years of starvation in a Japanese POW camp.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Jack Wood’s amazing tale tells of the authors’ continued service in the US Military after WWII. He served as a Special Agent in Military Intelligence over sixteen years. Jack served in Korea and Germany and was awarded the highest medal the Korean Department of Defense could award.

As a member of the military in WWII he received two bronze medals and a Presidential Citation with two Oak Leaf Clusters. Jack retired from the military in 1961 and was employed as a Polygraph (lie detector) operator over sixteen years.

Readers who wish to experience this engrossing work can purchase “Angels in my Life” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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