The Search for Lost US Army Air Corps Crew is Over
Michael Darter documents how he discovered the fate of his MIA brother.
“a masterpiece of research, bringing together every fact and detail of a cold case search for Darter’s MIA brother (WWII).”
“Gone with the Wind,” He Said tells the story about the author’s search for his brother, Eugene F. Darter, whom he met briefly as a 3 month baby, but bonded forever. Eugene joined the US Army Air Corps when he was 29 years old. And shortly after he and the other crew members of his B-17 flew off to his first bombing mission over the war-torn Germany, he went MIA.
Published in the first quarter of 2014, the book has garnered positive feedback from the readers. According to a reader’s review on Barnes and Noble, the book is “a masterpiece of research, bringing together every fact and detail of a cold case search for Darter’s MIA brother (WWII).” The book had also received five-star ratings from its readers.
For those who want to find out more about Eugene’s fate and how Michael I. Darter, the author, discovered what happened to his brother after years of searching, the book is going to be featured at the BookExpo America 2016. The event will be held on May 11-13, 2016 at the McCormick Place, Chicago.
“Gone with the Wind,” He Said
Written by Michael I. Darter
Kindle | $3.99
Paperback | $19.99
Hardcover | $46.89
Book copies are available at www.gonewiththewindhesaid.com, www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and all other online book retailers.
About the Author
Michael I. Darter is an emeritus professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is an international expert in transportation infrastructure, but nothing he has accomplished in his profession has been as satisfying as discovering what happened to his long lost brother.
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