A Different Kind of Honor  

Lt. Commander Peter Wake, USN, is sent on a special mission to South America in 1879. He is to be a neutral naval observer in the War of the Pacific, the conflict that changed the political geography of South America and profoundly influenced United States history. Wake is part diplomat, part spy, part naval officer--and completely on his own, when he makes a decision to abandon his neutrality and do what he considers is right. And while he is struck between warring sides at the bottom of the world, his family is facing a mortal peril of their own back in Washington DC. Upon his return to Washington, Wake's love story reaches a dramatic and life changing turn. This novel is the winner of the highest national honor in the genre--the American Library Association's 2008 Boyd Literary Award for Excellence in Military Fiction.

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