Double Ace is out and the first review is in.
"A provocative, deftly written, and superbly documented biography that is highly recommended for military historians and aviation specialists, general readers, and all libraries." ---Library Journal Starred Review
Double Ace, Coram’s biography of Brigadier General Robert Lee Scott, Jr.
Scott flew in China during World War II, came home in January, 1943, and in three days wrote the iconic God Is My Co-Pilot. The book still sells today.
The biography contains previously unpublished information about General Claire Lee Chennault, General Joseph Stilwell, Generalissimo and Madame Chiang Kai-shek and more of the out-sized personalities that rotated through the China-Burma-India Theater of World War II.
The biography also contains previously unpublished information about Scott and his roots in Macon, Georgia.