THE JERSEY BROTHERS: A MISSING NAVAL OFFICER IN THE PACIFIC AND HIS FAMILY'S QUEST TO BRING HIM HOME brings readers the harrowing account of siblings, who by coincidence are at the center of planning and execution of some of the most important early battles against the Japanese in World War Two. The story flows from the White House to Pearl Harbor to Midway to Bataan and to the home of a fierce New Jersey mother.
THIS COPY (shown below) was hand signed on the title page by Sally Mott Freeman at her home. It is a new, unread first edition opened only for signing and comes with a certificate authenticating the signature. Published in May, 2017 by Simon and Schuster.
SALLY MOTT FREEMAN (pictured below from our Wall of Fame) is the niece of the three Navy heroes whose experiences are described in the title. Beginning only as a family quest, she spent ten years painstakingly researching archives around the world, letters in basements and interviewing shipmates and POWs to put together this amazing story. She has been a speechwriter for twenty-five years and is Board Chair of The Writer's Center. This is her first book. Thank you Sally Mott Freeman for signing our books.