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Arms of Deliverance is a compelling novel giving the reader an accurate portrayal of the anxieties and threats facing the airmen in the war against Nazi Germany. As a co-pilot who parachuted from a burning B-17 and witnessed the mayhem in the sky over Berlin, I found this novel both gripping and exciting.
-Glenn Howard Hale, former 2nd. Lt., 390th Bomb Group, 8th Air Force., IA 2Mar45 on Dresden raid, parachuting into Poland
It was a fascinating pleasure to watch the development of the author's courageous young reporter. The description of airbase activities and flight in a B-17 bomber out of Bassingbourn, England brought back poignant memories of my personal wartime experiences. I too flew with the 91st Bomb Group out of Bassinbourn as a Pathfinder Navigator. The descriptions of flight conditions are thought-provoking and accurate. Further, the author has pieced together an intriguing story with different segments. She skillfully guides the reader through peaks and valleys of why we fought, the struggle to win, nail-biting suspense, divine guidance, and...sweet victory. Tricia Goyer has effectively captured the robust 'Can do' spirit of World War II.
-John Howland, Pathfinder Navigator, 91st Bomb Group
I found the book by Tricia Goyer brought back a lot of memories of WW2. It was very interesting how she wove the story around all the characters. Also, her research adds to the authenticity of the characters and times and places involved.
-Jack Gaffney, 91st Bomb Group
As a veteran of the 8th Army Air Corp and the 91st Bomb Group, 401st Squadron, years 1943 and 1944 completing my tour of 31 missions by mid 1944, I can appreciate the preparation Mrs. Goyer attained to get the details so accurate that she brought back the vivid details of each incident she included in portraying the actual flight experiences of the crew and positions of responsibility during the heat of battle.
-George Parrish, 8th Army Air Corps and 91st Bomb Group
War-weary WWII Europe sets the stage for Arms of Deliverance, a powerful novel that weaves the lives of ordinary men and women who become extraordinary heroes. Their stories grip the heart with the powerful emotions that only war can bring. Love and hate, life and death, and those misguided passions that could only know defeat. Between the pages, I was there. Lived it and felt the surge of freedom that only true sacrifice can bring.
-DiAnn Mills, bestselling author of Leather and Lace and When the Lion Roars
Tricia Goyer's Arms of Deliverance is a great read. Fast paced, beautifully researched and touching, it brings the years of World War II to life.
-DeAnna Julie Dodson, author of In Honor Bound, By Love Redeemed and To Grace Surrendered
Tricia Goyer has written a keeper in her book “Arms of Deliverance”, published by Moody Publishers. I enjoyed this book from page one. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Barbara A Klein
4th in a series that puts you right in the midst of history with a fictional story interwoven. I will look forward to reading more of her books.Published 10 months ago by Peggy Harper
Some of her books should be made into a movie as they keep you involved with the story so well as you are readingPublished 10 months ago by Yung H. Ketels
I recently noticed a post on Sarah Sundin's blog 'Under his Wings' featuring a most memorable 'Veteran's Day' message by author Tricia Goyer and chance was with me as our library... Read morePublished on November 19, 2011 by Noelle the Dreamer
Stories set in the WWII era have been my favorite ever since I read my first one as a young teenager many years ago. Read morePublished on February 12, 2010 by Michele
Tall, blonde and beautiful Katrine lives the life of genteel Belgian society, one in which WWII hasn't darkened. Read morePublished on March 11, 2007 by Cheryl Russell
You might be like me--sort of off-put by the genre of "historical fiction." I don't know why I've always felt that way, because I love to learn something while I'm gripped by a... Read morePublished on February 24, 2007 by Jennifer Donovan
Not only has Tricia Goyer crafted a fine novel with an intriguing series of story lines, she didn't bore me to tears with the technical scenes in the... Read more
Tricia Goyer continues her World War II series with a fascinating tale of two very different American female news reporters who find themselves on the frontlines of the war in... Read morePublished on January 16, 2007 by Rel Mollet