Born and raised in the American Mid-West as Michael Thomas Goodrich (“Mike”), I have lived around. Before I began writing books I painted watercolors for a meager existence in New England. I am an unabashed tree-hugger and animal advocate. I love the natural world, especially pure prairie. I love standing on historic ground when no one else is around. I enjoy observing all things great and small and learning how they get along. Before I earned a college degree in history, I majored in psychology.
I am happy to announce the publication of a book that has been on my shelf for the past two years. Rage & Revenge is a terrifying, up-close and personal look at what war and its aftermath are really like. For too long, the true nature of combat and the “peace” that follows has been concealed from the general public. Most who have never witnessed war naively assume that there are rules and laws governing such contests. As the reader of Rage & Revenge will quickly discover, nothing could be further from the truth. The fact is, all war is wild, chaotic, brutal, and primitive. War is also the refuge where some of the most sick and sadistic among us may live out their darkest fantasies. In a fast-paced, no-nonsense writing style, Rage & Revenge offers the reader a riveting glimpse at the true face of war in all its ugly reality . . . . and in all its ugly fascination. In time for Christmas, this book will make a great stocking stuffer for those politically-incorrect history lovers in your life. Ask about the special discount for five copies or more!
from the book. . . .
“What kind of war do civilians suppose we fought anyway? We shot prisoners, wiped out hospitals, strafed lifeboats, killed or mistreated enemy civilians, finished off the enemy wounded, tossed the dying into a hole with the dead, and in the Pacific we boiled flesh off enemy skulls to make table ornaments for sweethearts, or carved their bones into letter openers. . . . [We] mutilated the bodies of enemy dead, cutting off their ears and kicking out their gold teeth for souvenirs, and buried them with their testicles in their mouths. . . . ”
——– Edgar Jones, WWII vet of Europe and the Pacific
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