Tune in to XTRA 99.1FM to hear the author interviewed by Neal
Steele on CBW's Second Monday monthly broadcast, March 10th at
about 8:05AM. If you missed the live broadcast, here's
About the Book
It’s 1942. High adventure fills
the lives of American and Dutch fighting men in the opening months
of the Pacific War. Brave women share their dangers and their love
while empires crumble.
Exhilarated by savaging the American Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor,
The Japanese Navy moves quickly to seize the rich mineral resources
of Malaya and the Dutch East Indies. Hold Back the
Sun is laced with surface, aerial, and ground combat,
scorched earth actions by the Dutch to deny their oil riches to
Japan, accelerated wartime romance, and heroic efforts to save
wounded sailors from the Japanese.
Hold Back the Sun,
ranks #8 on Amazon's Historical Asian Fiction top 100 Best Seller
Bell entered the Indie Author arena late in 2011
with the publication of his debut novel, Fall
Eagle One. This World War II adventure soon
became a Semifinalist in the Kindle Book Review’s
Best Indie Books of 2012, and has ranked in the
upper one percent of Kindle sales for a number of
Warren is by nature a storyteller. He gained
familiarity with many areas of the world during a
long career in the U.S. Navy, which included two
deployments during the Vietnam War with a Seabee
battalion. He has since traveled in several
countries in Europe. A World War II buff, Warren
enjoys researching and writing about the exploits of
the U.S. Armed Forces.
lives with his wife and editor, Annette, in Ford’s
Colony at Williamsburg, Virginia.