From John W. Warner IV — former pro racing driver and son of Senator John W. Warner III (Ret.; R-VA), former Secretary of the Navy and Chairman of the Armed Services Committee and Catherine Mellon, — comes a gripping WW II historical novel about espionage, covert tech, and a high-octane, madcap love affair during the height of Grand Prix racing and the rise of the Third Reich.
In this debut novel, Warner masterfully interweaves a fictional adventure within factual reportage to disclose the hidden history of technological inventions that powered high-performance cars, planes and war machinery of the 1930s and 40s - and the prominent leaders who exploited them.
John W. Warner IV
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John W. Warner IV’s smart, sexy WWII spy series Little Anton is now available as a limited edition box set. A perfect reading escape for yourself or a friend/ loved one on your gift list! 100% of the author's profits go to wounded veteran charities.
John W. Warner IV is a writer and gentleman farmer whose passion for history, vintage cars and the unsung heroes of WWII has inspired two large-scale creative ventures: a DVD documentary series on the early bootlegging days of NASCAR, The Golden Era of NASCAR, and a multi-part book series, Little Anton.
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“Teetering between fact and fiction, Little Anton is a trove of information and historical events we would have remembered from high school classes had we been paying attention. Then it slides off-center into the occult where believability meets intrigue. Add a sexy and daring heroine to a mix of real-life characters that include Adolph Hitler, Ferdinand Porsche, Sir Winston Churchill, Ettore Bugatti, and long-distance flying record-holder pilot Amy Johnson, and John W. Warner IV’s novel in three parts seems to have something for everyone.
Mr. Warner clearly shows a passion for detail in his research and writing. It’s also passion that powers the story — that of the characters, both real and fictional.
Little Anton is a good place to get lost.
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