Affair & Honor (Paperback)

Based on the True Story of JFK in World War ll

By Batt Humphreys

Yellow Dog Press, 9780692411865, 310pp.

Publication Date: April 28, 2015

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Description

In the spring of 1942 the nation is at war. A young ensign is in trouble. He's in Naval Intelligence and he's been banished to a small southern base because of a scandalous affair with a suspected spy that has drawn the attention of the F.B.I. and the White House. She is a beautiful Dane who once knew Hitler. He is the son of an ousted ambassador. Jack Kennedy is caught between love, and a hard place. Kennedy struggles between the conflicts of his affair and his drive to join the war in combat. Young, smitten, sick and sidelined he watches while his friends take the path to glory and his father conspires to keep him safe. Young Jack works his own schemes and lands in the South Pacific.

Based on the true story, Affair & Honor reprises one of the most incredible tales of battle, destruction and survival in World War Two. It also brings to a new audience the story of a young man, who risked life and fortune, to fight for his crew and his country. Two Kennedy brothers went to war. Only one survived to become President of the United States.



About the Author

Batt Humphreys is a former network news executive. During 20 years with CBS he managed the coverage events that have shaped our lives over a quarter century including wars, elections, leading the coverage of the morning of 9/11 and occasional stories that warmed the human heart. In 2010 he turned to fiction with the release of his first novel, Dead Weight. Dead Weight was the recipient of the 2010 Palmetto Award, the IPPY Gold Medal award, the Benjamin Franklin award and a finalist for the SIBA fiction award and Book of the Year by Foreword Magazine. Affair & Honor is his second novel.