"I normally don’t spend any time with historical fiction. Then, I read the first few pages of Angels of Bastogne and didn’t stop until 100 pages! The writing about life going on amid the horror of war is intriguing. The psychology of maintaining sanity amid insane events reminds me of the plot of M.A.S.H. People use humor to soften the pain and develop relationships to maintain a humane existence while embedded in inhumane acts."


Norman K. Dann
Historian and Author of Practical Dreamer: Gerrit Smith and the Crusade for Social Reform