JDB Communications’s latest book, Crop Duster: A Novel of World War Two, has received rave reviews from everyone who’s read it, but apparently no one’s buying it. Even more baffling, Amazon shows more “used” copies for sale than have actually been sold over the counter…some as far afield as Great Britain.
Mighty good trick for a print-on-demand book that has only had a few domestic sales.
But enough whining. This blog is intended to entice you, my good readers, to buy JDBCOM books and articles. Today, we talk about Crop Duster, JDBCOM’s first foray into book-length fiction.
If what interests you is action, suspense, romance, drama, light comedy and a page-turning read, then Crop Duster is for you. Imagine B-17s and FW-190s mixing it up high over Germany amid murderous flak, deadly cold, and screaming metal. See in your mind’s eye a firestorm rising over Hamburg, a crippled JU-88 wafting through the fog onto an English field; a fuel-starved Fortress with no rados pounding through an Atlantic storm with a beautiful VIP aboard.