Heidi Wetzel struggles to find some normalcy after her husband's U-boat sinks. She goes to the country to help take care of refugee children. Not a fan of the National Socialist Party, she tries to think what she can do to passively resist. Is she ready for the role God has for her to play?
Paul Braedel learns during flight school that his wife has died. After his bereavement leave, he joins a navigator training class, but lacks the zest for life he used to have. He has a hard time feeling close to God, but when he is forced to parachute from his plane, he hears God. "Find Heidi" He sets off to find his wife's best friend from when they were in high school. Will he be able to make it back to safety?
It was interesting to read about the B-17s. I didn't realize that they changed planes from mission to mission. I thought that they were assigned a plane and always flew it. I also didn't realize all that went into the missions and that they even had navigators. The amount of research and details that Terri Wangard put into the book was excellent.
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