CHRIS BERMAN- Author and military historian: Chris is a graduate of Norwich University holding a Masters Degree in military history. He has lectured extensively to both civilian and military audiences and is an authority on women pilots of the USSR in WWII. Chris resides in Florida with his wife and daughter.
Praise for A White Star in a Red Sky
“Chris Berman has written an imaginative tale set against the backdrop of World War II. The world’s first women to fly military aircraft join forces in the skies above the Eastern Front culminating in a dramatic story of courage and comradeship.” —Amy Goodpaster Strebe, Author of Flying for Her Country: The American and Soviet Women Military Pilots of World War II
“A riveting tale of determination and courage, A White Star in a Red Sky tells the story of a young American female pilot, who driven by a desire for revenge, flew planes into combat with the Soviet Air Force. Earning the title of ‘Ace,’ Angela Moretti learned that revenge did not ease the pain. By the time that her contribution to the Allied war effort ended, Moretti’s motivation had shifted from a desire for revenge to a determination to protect the innocent: Historical fiction at its best.” —Mary Kathryn Barbier, Associate Professor of History: Spies, Lies, and Citizenship: The Hunt for Nazi Criminals, Kursk: The Greatest Tank Battle 1943