Of Into the Flames they said: “In this second book of the series, Roy Griffis continues where he left off in the first volume – the violence and dreadful conditions of war, the cheapness of life and the cruelty of man – and all without overstating the gruesome parts… the writing is excellent and easy to read, and the plots are well crafted. Recommended.”
And the reviewer had this response to The Wrath of a Righteous Man: “In this third volume, Roy Griffis explores the character of Robert Fitzgerald, how he has changed since we first met him in the trenches. The writing, as previously is excellent… I can once again recommend this book – though I would advise starting with the first two episodes. I look forward to the fourth (and final?) volume.”
All I can say to that is “thanks!”
Now, back to work.