A love story of two people separated by war. It was agony for her to be away from him. The war was tearing them apart. In Maryanne’s words “Oh God, why, why, why does it have to be like this?”

Relive the horrendous trip to England, the battle at Roermond, the crossing of the Rhine, and the following battles during March, 1945.

Many examples of this kind of literature are rather formalized, but this is alive and vibrant. It makes the reader want more. John W. Langdon, Professor of History at Lemoyne College and author of The Age of Anxiety and Global War, 1920-1945

•This book by Bruce Brodowski is carefully and articulately written. The reader shares along with the author his quest to know the man and to make sense of the life the son was destined to follow.  This book comes highly recommended by this reviewer as a part of history that should not be forgotten.  John Helman, M.A., Allbooks Reviews

The Dad I Never Knew is simply a must-read.  It is a truly beautiful, haunting book that will challenge you to appreciate and hold close to the ones you love. April Dellinger Charlotte Literature Examiner