Giveaway: “The First Eagles” By Gavin Mortimer

The First Eagles
Great news history lovers! Zenith Press has been kind enough to offer 2 copies of Gavin Mortimer’s The First Eagles: The Fearless American Aces Who Flew with the RAF in World War I. It’s a fantastic read for anyone interested in World War I, early aviation history or, like me, you just can’t get enough of history! [My review of Mortimer’s book can be found here.]

If you are lucky enough to snag one of the two copies, please let us know your thoughts. Also, think about leaving a review on Amazon, B&N, Goodreads, etc…Enter the giveaway below. If you’re chosen as a winner, email me your address and I will send it to Zenith Press. They will ship out the books. This giveaway is open to U.S. residents and will end Tuesday night (August 26 at midnight).

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  • Annie

    My favorite history book is Hellhound on His Trail, about James Earl Ray.

    • Zim

      Oh! I don’t think I’ve heard of that book. I’ll have to look it up and add it to my list!

  • Jacquelin Zubko

    My favorite history book…so many but I loved Brokaw’s “The Greatest Generation”!

    • Zim

      Jacquelin, that’s one of my favorite books too! I like his writing style and his focus on the everyday people.