P.T. DEUTERMANN is the noted author of many previous novels based on his experiences as a senior staff officer in Washington and at sea as a Navy Captain, and later, Commodore. His WWII works include Pacific Glory, which won the W.Y. Boyd Award for Excellence in Military Fiction, Sentinels of Fire, The Commodore, Ghosts of Bungo Suido, and The Iceman. He lives with his wife of 50 years in North Carolina
Praise for The Nugget:
Readers who enjoy WWII stories, especially those involving the air war, will be entranced...[Deutermann] is at the top of his game here. --Jeff Ayers, Booklist
"Packed with authentic military action on land and at sea in the Pacific Theatre of WWII and featuring a memorable protagonist based on a true-life hero, [The Nugget] demonstrates Deutermann's mastery in adventure writing." --Mystery Tribune "A tour de force of excitement and intrigue...Deutermann captures the pace and passion of men at war, and his descriptions are riveting and personal. It is hard to imagine anyone not being immersed in this novel." --Shannon Carriger, San Francisco Book Review Praise for The Iceman:
"Fast-paced, well-written, and full of been-there-done-that authenticity." --The Real Book Spy "The narration is brisk and stripped for action, which comes fast and furious. Deutermann throws in enough technical detail to satisfy any Tom Clancy enthusiast." --StarNews Praise for Pacific Glory:
"From the first pages...you are hooked, drawn into the past and finally delivered back to the future, a journey taken with unforgettable characters." --Doug Stanton, bestselling author of Horse Soldiers and In Harm's Way
"Epic, eloquent, and stirring...a war novel that is both sweeping and intensely personal."
--Library Journal (starred review) "Those who like pulse-thumping action, cinematic prose, and intrepid heroes will be rewarded." --Publishers Weekly