War correspondent Michael Wolfson’s passion to end torture, genocide, and crimes against humanity leads to a scientific revolution in GC-MS forensic breath analysis lie detection technology that must survive attempted destruction by powerful secret, government, corporate and underworld organizations. Starting in Washington, DC.
on Oct. 24, 2011
As a WW II air crew veteran's advocate, I'm constantly amazed at the pursuit that loved ones of the lost go through to find resolution, peace, and closure. Perhaps one of the best articulated records of such searches and struggles to know the facts and fate of a lost airman has been penned by Timothy Smith.
This post-WWII memoir of a father killed in an Air Force plane crash under hushed circumstances somewhere between secrecy and indifference sends tendrils of consequence through the relationship of a father and young sons. Smith's masterful account of dogged discovery, incredible good fortune and fateful synchronicity finally mends—however imperfectly—the chasm of not knowing the father stolen from him.
This is not your average seek and find memoir; I highly recommend this read.
Captain Mike, Bombardierslounge.com