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New Book Series!

I’m thrilled to announce I’ve signed a contract with Revell for another three-book series set during World War II! The series is tentatively titled Wings of the Nightingale, and it follows three flight nurses who discover friendship, love, and peril in the skies and on the shores of the Mediterranean.

In Every Letter (working title), September 2012: Loner Lt. Mellie Blake longs for adventure as a flight nurse, while Army engineer Lt. Tom MacGilliver tries to overcome the legacy of his infamous father. In North Africa and Sicily, Mellie pioneers air evacuation while Tom builds airfields under fire. Will their anonymous correspondence unlock their true identities?

To Every Shore (working title), June 2013: Lt. Georgie Taylor loves her job as a flight nurse, but the goals of pharmacist Sgt. John “Hutch” Hutchinson are frustrated at every turn. As Georgie and Hutch care for American soldiers in Sicily and Italy, tragedy brings them together. But will their differences keep them apart?

With Every Beat (working title), June 2014: Flight nurse Lt. Kay Jobson collects hearts wherever she flies, but C-47 pilot Lt. Roger Cooper is immune to her charms. Throughout Italy and southern France, as she evacuates the wounded and he delivers paratroopers and supplies, every beat of their hearts draws them where they don’t want to go.

I’m enjoying getting to know this new batch of characters – and I hope you’ll love them too!

4 responses to “New Book Series!”

  1. Katers says:

    I am really looking forward to a new series! So excited for you! I hope they’ll get the same people that did the cover art for Wings of Glory!

    And of course August will be here soon enough and we’ll hear what happens to the third Novak brother.

    I’m glad to hear that new office of yours is working out. 🙂

  2. Can’t wait for all your great upcoming fiction, Sarah. Your books have converted this reader to WWII fiction. 😀 (Well, I’ll read your books in this genre, anyway. And Ocieanna Fleiss’.)

  3. Jill Kemerer says:

    Hooray!! All three sound so romantic and exciting. I just read page one of A Distant Melody, and already I love it!

  4. Sarah Sundin says:

    Kate – I;m with you on the cover art!! I want more!!!
    Annette and Jill – thanks 🙂

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“Another masterful installment in Sundin’s roster of WWII novels.”
—Booklist starred review for Embers in the London Sky

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