Forcing the Hand of God

A World War II Fighter Pilot
Wagers Love, Family and Honor

For those who love history, family, and honor, Forcing the Hand of God is engaging from the first page to the last. Author Jacquie Ream does an amazing job of intertwining love, longing, and family complexities into a compelling tale of a military fighter pilot and the internal decisions he must make for himself and others.

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Language: English
About Jacquie Ream

Jacquie Ream was born June 10, 1952 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and was raised in San Bernardino, California. She currently lives in Seattle, Washington, with her husband.She attended college on writing scholarships (Pitzer, Claremont and Cal-State SB) and completed her Master’s degree in creative writing at the University of Washington.She has taught preschool through adult classes in creative writing and passionately promotes better writing through media interviews in newspapers, radio and television.“I benefited greatly from professional writing groups, and I have taught creative writing for ages five through sixty-five years old. I have written two adult novels, three children’s books and numerous short stories. I should like my epitaph to read: ‘She lived, she loved, she wrote.’”

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