Conner and Jackson: The Boyd Brothers

by Matthew Reade

Conner and Jackson: The Boyd Brothers Synopsis

On a cold December night in 1921, a set of twin boys was born in a small cottage in Richmond, Virginia. Their names were Conner and Jackson Boyd... Three generations have passed since the death of the legendary John Boyd and his father, Stephen. However, their blood runs through the veins of the next heroes; Conner and Jackson Boyd. It is World War II. The horrible attack at Pearl Harbor has just occurred, and the two brothers, along with their comrades, are sent to free a small coastal city from German control. But then, the worst happens. Their transport is shot down, and the entire crew is killed except for the two young men. But when a British soldier named James Farion joins them with the news of a horrific weapon that the Germans intend to employ against the United States, the men must race against time to stop the evil plot by Wilhelm von Schreider to destroy their country forever.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780615222011
Publication date: 10th August 2008
Author: Matthew Reade
Publisher: Matthew Reade
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 116 pages
Categories: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945),

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