HEMET, Calif. (PRWEB) March 30, 2020
Kenneth Lloyd is a former college football player, pharmaceutical sales professional, retired General Baptist minister, certified private pilot for single-engine aircraft, father, and grandfather who enjoys golf, fishing, and traveling with his wife, Carole. He has published his latest book “American Headhunter”: a fictionalized account of his father’s life, his love of aviation, and his courageous service as a P-38 fighter pilot in the South Pacific.
In an engaging screenplay style, “American Headhunter” is based upon a true story, the untold account of P-38 pilot Kenneth Lloyd Sr. in WWII air combat in New Guinea, Dutch East Indies, and the Philippines. The story captures the amazing transition of a young boy into a man to become one of the “greatest generations.” The exciting story captures the boy’s love for the P-38 fighter aircraft, the first airplane to be developed by Clarence “Kelly” Johnson from the “Skunk Works” of Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, Burbank, California. The young pilot also miraculously finds the love his life on a blind date on New Year’s Eve, 1943.
Kenneth writes, “You are there with this pilot—in the air, in the jungles—cussing, singing, and fighting a relentless foe as well as his human insecurities and fears. You will experience firsthand the true story of the fierce night air battle off the island of Mindoro, Philippines, December 26, 1944. You will be mad, sad, but glad you read this story as told by the pilot’s son in memory of his father.”
Published by Page Publishing, Kenneth Lloyd’s engrossing book is a must-read for history buffs and aviation aficionados of all ages.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase“American Headhunter” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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