Dan Sharp studied history at the University of Liverpool before beginning a career in journalism. Having spent several years as the news editor of a regional daily newspaper, he switched to motorcycle magazines. His previously published works on aviation have covered subjects ranging from German Second World War projects to Concorde. He lives in Nottinghamshire with his wife and two children.
This book is a very readable and thought provoking discussion of some of the specific events in the air war that marked the beginning of the end... it was very difficult to put down. Even though it told a story I have heard many times before, it told it very persuasively, and you'll want to keep it around for future reference. Don't pass this one up. This one's a keeper. Highly recommended. --IPMS/USA Overall, enjoyed it. --Historical Miniatures Gaming Society