Camaron Brooks is a former TV reporter. She worked in local TV news in Texas starting in 2007. She was nominated for a Lone Star Emmy in 2011. She appeared on the KTLA College Audition in 2006. She is the author of Studio Baby: Adventures of a TV Reporter Turned Stay-At-Home Mom.
Marc Grossberg is an observer and a listener. He has a passion for his family, friends, and clients, and for books that entertain and provoke him. He has practiced law in his native Houston for over fifty years.
Cliff Etheredge was born in Roscoe, Texas on September 21, 1942, to Pete and Hilda Etheredge. He had one brother, Jay. Cliff graduated from Roscoe High School and Texas Tech University. He then began farming with his dad in the Wastella community northwest of Roscoe. He was a member of the Texas National Guard for six years. In 1972, Cliff was severely injured in a farming accident resulting in the amputation of his right arm.
E.R. Bills graduated from Texas State University with a BA in journalism in 1990.
Alyssa Banta is an award-winning photojournalist and writer. Her work has taken her all over the world, where she has photographed for international publications and aid agencies. She lives in her home town of Fort Worth, Texas.
Written by a soldier, for a soldier, author Jeff Wells frames Rod’s military experiences within the strategic significance of Operation Market Garden. Incorporating the work of other historians and his own experiences in combat, Wells frames Rod’s role within the greater context of World War II.
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