Diana Reep is a writer with graduate degrees in English from The University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee. As a Professor of English at The University of Akron, she taught courses in business and technical writing, American literature, Arthurian Legend, popular culture, and film. Her publications include a romance novel, a technical writing textbook in its 8th edition, a writing handbook for educators, an annotated bibliography of technical writing sources, a literary biography, a study of popular 19th century novels, short fiction, and some 30 articles on writing or popular culture. Her fiction writing centers on her interest in the Gilded Age, the Civil War, classic movies, and popular culture. She is a member of the Authors Guild, Romance Writers of America, and the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators.
Luke Under Fire: Caught Behind Enemy Lines
Fight, Escape, Survive
“My insides are twisted into a knot, and every artillery blast tightens the knot so I can hardly breathe. Nobody said anything about a war when cousin Charley and I signed up with the British army. Thought we’d see the world—have an adventure. Now, I’m lying on the ground, aiming my rifle across an empty field, waiting. We’ll be in a battle with the German army any minute. I’m a good shot. At home in Michigan, I won a trophy at our county fair. But I’ve never shot at a man.”
It’s 1914 when Luke Sawyer finds himself in the first major battle of World War I. Ordered to “resist to the end,” Luke fights to save his friends, dodge enemy bullets, escape a German prison, and evade heart-pounding danger behind enemy lines. History will call it The Great War. Luke must survive it!
Chicago Movie Girls2017
The Dangerous Summer of Jesse Turner2015