Marcus Brotherton is a journalist and professional writer, the author of We Who Are Alive and Remain and Shifty's War, and the co-author of Voices of the Pacific and Call of Duty. He has collaborated with Dr. Nancy Heche (mother of actress Anne Heche), international humanitarian Susan Scott Krabacher, and with Lt. Lynn "Buck" Compton on his memoir Call of Duty. He lives with his family in Washington State.
Praise for A Company of Heroes
"A valuable look at what made a generation truly great. If you're a fan of HBO's Band of Brothers, you'll want to read this fascinating book...Tremendous insights here to the back-stories of Easy Company's hard-fighting heroes."--Dale Dye, Capt. USMC (Ret), Senior Military Advisor, HBO's Band of Brothers "Why one more book on the most documented and covered company in the history of WWII? After reading Brotherton's book where the family members finally get the chance to open up and share the horrors of war from their point of view, it only makes sense and completes the biggest part of the puzzle...This is a must read for everyone. Currahee!"--Jake Powers, Official E/506th Historian