Operation: Ski-Bird

by Barbara Butterfield



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/24/2018

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 416
ISBN : 9781984515759
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 416
ISBN : 9781984515766

About the Book

Grieving the recent death of his wife, USAF Colonel John Slade dives wholeheartedly into his work to help ease his mourning. With best friend, Major Robert Holden, both men are assigned replenishment flights to McMurray Station in Antarctica, flying an LC-130 transport plane. It is during heated interactions with the station’s irrational director, Alexis Smith, that their lives suddenly take a downward spiral as an attempt is made on their lives. Surviving the trauma, John seeks to not only vindicate himself by bringing the perpetrator to justice but also end his grieving, hoping to find the ability to love again.

About the Author

Ms. Butterfield is a California native, currently residing in a suburb of Phoenix, Arizona with her favorite feline family member: Baybee. Romance, integrity, suspense, playfulness, and spiritual…as well as personal growth, are all values that play a vital role in her novels. Ms. Butterfield has written for many years, her first novel having been penned at the age of fourteen. She has also studied writing and journalism, becoming the Editor-In-Chief of the schools newspaper. She has published twelve novels. Most recently: “Journeys with Jesus” was released in December, 2013, and “Freedom’s Call to Glory”, was released in 2015.