The Cost of Courage by Kelly Estes audiobook

The Cost of Courage: Two Brothers in the Aerial Theaters of WWII and the Psychological Aftermath of Years of Captivity

By Kelly Estes
Produced by Made for Success
Read by Dan McGowan

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3.11 Hours Unabridged
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The Cost of Courage is a work ofmilitary fiction based on the true story of two brothers who served in separatecampaigns of World War II. After being shot down over Berlin, one brother isforced to endure both mental and physical torture as a POW at Stalag Luft III. Adefiant soul, he earns the respect of his comrades by making life difficult forhis captors. However, things change after an ill-fated trip to solitary, where helearns from another airman that his brother has died in the Doolittle Raid overTokyo. Devastated, the man struggles with the will to survive while reminiscingabout his brother.

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The Cost of Courage is a work ofmilitary fiction based on the true story of two brothers who served in separatecampaigns of World War II. After being shot down over Berlin, one brother isforced to endure both mental and physical torture as a POW at Stalag Luft III. Adefiant soul, he earns the respect of his comrades by making life difficult forhis captors. However, things change after an ill-fated trip to solitary, where helearns from another airman that his brother has died in the Doolittle Raid overTokyo. Devastated, the man struggles with the will to survive while reminiscingabout his brother.

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Author Bio: Kelly Estes

Author Bio: Kelly Estes

Kelly Estes has a Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do and a rather unique passion for World War II. At nineteen she became the youngest Santa Clara County Human Relations Commissioner, and at twenty-one she became the youngest-ever chair of the Justice Review Committee for that Commission. In 2008 she began writing The Cost of Courage. Her passion for helping service veterans compelled her to create and lead the Veterans Proactive Assistance Task Force in her community, where families and community organizations can come together to discuss and remedy issues facing returning veterans and prevent PTSD-related crime before it occurs. Kelly was honored for her service in November 2012 with a City Commendation, presented to her by the mayor of San Jose, California.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction
Runtime: 3.11
Audience: Adult
Language: English