Albert Bartlett Presents Alternate WWII History in New Novel

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‘MacCaulley’s Monster’ tells story of experimental plane, government conspiracies.

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Bartlett is hopeful that his book will open readers’ minds to the possibility that history has covered the tracks of massive events in the past.

In 1943, a large plane was shot down off the English Channel. It was believed only two people knew about the aircraft, Air Marshall Hugh Dowding and Winston Churchill. However, pilot Malcolm Claussen and engineer Matt Jacobson knew of its origins as well. Sworn to secrecy, Matt was unable to shed any light on the mysterious plane, nor was Claussen, exiled by order of the RAF. Albert Bartlett tells the intriguing story of the mysterious plane in his new work of historical fiction, “MacCaulley's Monster” (published by AuthorHouse).

In 1955, a piece of the plane’s propeller is found embedded on a hunting reserve of an estate. Years later, Matt’s son Bruce is resolved to uncover the story behind the unusual propeller. Bruce will need to use his wits to evade the authority as he hunts for the truth surrounding its existence – a hunt that takes him across England and America.

Bartlett is hopeful that his book will open readers’ minds to the possibility that history has covered the tracks of massive events in the past.

“MacCaulley's Monster”
By Albert Bartlett
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 274 pages | ISBN 9781491807118
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 274 pages | ISBN 9781491807101
E-Book | ISBN 9781491807095
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Albert Bartlett grew up on a farm in Deer Trail, Colo. After serving in the Army during the Korean conflict, he attended the University of Colorado. He spent the first half of his career teaching high school English and coaching football and the second half farming, a practice he learned from his father. His eldest brother was captured during the battle of Corregidor, launching Bartlett’s interest in WWII. He’s currently retired and recently celebrated his 50th wedding anniversary with his wife, Nancy. He spends his spare time building bird houses which he sells at the local farmer’s market.

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