“American Marines could be alive in North Korea. And he intended to find them and bring them home.” Thunder in the Morning Calm is set in the early twenty-first century approximately 60 years after the Korean War.
Lieutenant Commander Gunner McCormack, US Navy, has grown up watching his mother remember his missing in action Grandfather that he was never able to know. When Gunner is shown top secret information hinting that there might be American prisoners of war still alive in North Korea, he knows that he has a new mission.
While on 30 day leave from his ship that is stationed in the Yellow Sea off the coast of Korea, Gunner decides to gather a small team and go on a private unsanctioned mission and rescue the Marines.
This is a great story of family loyalty, courage, adventure, sacrfice and American pride. I have never read a book by Don Brown so I had no expectations, but I really enjoyed reading this story.
I received a free review copy of Thunder in the Morning Calm by Don Brown as a part of a book blog tour with the Christian Fiction Blog Alliance.
You may order Thunder in the Morning Calm (Pacific Rim Series)
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