“To Dave, the war was now personal. It had robbed
him of a love he might never find again. It had hushed a voice he would never hear again. It had turned his dream into a nightmare, and confirmed his belief that there’s no road back to anything.”
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In the summer of 1943, Dave Wagoner, a small town doctor from Mississippi, is thrust into the middle of World War II as an Army medic on the European front. This poignant story follows Dave through loves, losses, trials and tribulations as he journeys to England with the 41st Support Detachment
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No Road Back, a manuscript written by World War II Veteran Master Sergeant Thomas D. Street, existed only on onion skin for thirty years and appears now for the first time. This fictional story was completed only months before Mr. Street’s death in 1976 and is based on accounts collected over his 26 years in the United States Air Force while stationed in Hawaii, England, Italy, and Japan, among other locations.
Thomas Street was first cousin to popular author James Street who wrote over ten best selling novels, four of which were made into Hollywood films.