About the Book
“I’ve followed your magnificent exploits with the utmost interest Captain Duncan,” Churchill blustered, his jowly cheeks pulsating with nervous energy. It’s 1917 and Royal Flying Corp Captain James Angus Duncan, an ace with twenty-eight victories, has come a long way from being the son of a Vancouver Island dairy farmer. Jimmy is wearing the medals presented to him by King George the Fifth and is now the darling of the British aristocracy. The girl he left behind is faithfully waiting, but an Irish beauty has entered his life and thoughts of home are fading fast. Hard on the heels of a very personal tragedy, James ecounters the stunningly beautiful Lady Sarah Atherley. His life will be a dream come true, if he and Red Dragon; his Sopwith Camel can survive a series of vicious air battles with Manfred Von Richthofen and his knights of the ‘flying circus’.
About the Author
David H. Olsen, author of Summer of ’61, graduated from the University of Guelph in 1967. Now retired from teaching high school, he lives in the Cowichan Valley on Vancouver Island.