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Author Launches Fast Paced Military Fiction Book to Benefit Wounded Warriors Project
Tomball, TX- Author James Williams debuts his new novel, It Tolls For Thee. A portion of the author’s proceeds will benefit the Wounded Warriors Project.
The sweeping story is set in Afghanistan and stateside. Dan Ross is an American soldier dealing with the aftermath of a green on blue attack that left him paralyzed in body and spirit. It Tolls For Thee is a tale of hate and betrayal that transforms into one of love and redemption.
It Tolls For Thee is a stirring depiction of a soldier’s struggle to cope with loss and betrayal in combat. Get ready for an emotional and physical roller coaster that will leave you breathless. Follow Dan Ross in his drive for revenge. Be enlightened by the broad indictment of the war mongers, who have their own selfish motives for igniting the conflict. Learn the secret to the triumphant peace found in the hearts of those unable to escape their chaotic corner of the world. Experience the love and redemption only God can facilitate.
Blackshear School Librarian, Christin Banes, says, “The fast paced plot keeps your interest, but like the great novels, the story itself is not the only take away from this book.”
giving this 5 fangs. I don’t normally read war related books, however this one is stellar! I had to put it down a few times because I felt like I was living the book.
About the book:
It Tolls For Thee by James Williams
Publisher: Alternative Book Press
Date of publish: September 2014
About the author:
“It took me forty years to realize that I’m a writer,” Williams says. “Other than silly poems and songs I used to write for my kids when they were little, writing was the farthest thing from my mind. But I’ve always had a knack for storytelling, so I decided it was time to write a novel.”
Williams lives in Tomball, TX with his wife, Julie, and their youngest daughter. He chose to donate to Wounded Warriors Project because their son, a decorated Marine, has benefited from the organization in the past.