Of Love and War is a novel set against the backdrop of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. It is factually accurate, with a 35-book bibliography, but has fictional characters interwoven with the historical ones, including the Japanese point of view. Beginning with the Louisiana Maneuvers where Patton and Eisenhower dueled, the story moves to Washington, then onto Honolulu. On the actual day of the attack, the reader experiences what occurred in both Washington and Honolulu, along with the Japanese attack force. $2 from the sale of each book will be donated by the publisher to the World War Two memorial in Washington.
Used availability for Steve Brown's Of Love and War
July 1999 : USA Paperback