I spoke to a man on Veterans’ Day who was a pilot during World War II. He told me he landed on the U.S.S. Yorktown and knew of its demise. It was one of the ships to sink during the Battle of Midway–the decisive turning point of WWII. History records two unnamed men left aboard. Love’s Amazing Grace gives these men a name and a story you won’t forget. Available at Amazon.com. (Read for free if you have Kindle unlimited). Nominated for the 2017 Readers Choice Awards!
Seven abandoned children had to separate to find their own way in life. Fourteen years later, when they try to put the family back together, it was harder than they imagined. Through hope, prayer, and determination, a sweet reunion will be found. Read an excerpt from the final book in the Journey Home series.
U.S.S. Yorktown on fire after bombing – wikimedia.org
“Did you find out where the sailors from that ship went after the war?”
“Well, brace yourself. Here’s the bad news. The Yorktown was bombed by the Japanese only weeks before the end of the war. It sank.”
Dol gasped and collapsed into the chair. Hot coffee burned as it spilled onto her lap. “Sank?” Her voice caught in her throat. “Any survivors?”
“It appears there were some, but not….” He choked as he swallowed the last word.
Dol was silent as she gasped for air. This can’t be. God, please. Not another brother gone…if there’s any way….“Are you for certain…Guy was onboard?”