Clifton Edwin Publishing
Phyllis Marie stood slim, petite, and pretty, with stunning green eyes that became more emerald with each passing year, her porcelain-white skin turned rosy-cheeked from the cold Idaho wind. She turned twenty-four on the twelfth of September. Six thousand miles away in England, Perry received a brand new Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, wrapped like a birthday present, her two-tone fuselage in olive green above and drab gray below, sporting the newly modified national insignia-a white star and crossbar against a blue field. On the tail, above her serial number 230713 in yellow, to match the rudder, she carried the 390th insignia, a black J against a white Square. He named his airplane Phyllis Marie.
Terry Row is the award-winning author of Summer Capricorn (2006) and Untarnished Reputation (2009), which received an Honorable Mention in the Genre Category at the 2009 Hollywood Book Festival and took the top prize in the Western Category at the National Indie Excellence Awards of 2010. His newest title, Phyllis Marie, was published in 2011.In addition to his work as a novelist, he teaches, edits manuscripts for other novelists, and moderates the Los Alamos Writers' Group. He lives in northern Santa Barbara County and remains a lifelong avocationist, pursuing independent studies in writing, literature, poetry, music, history, cinema, photography, travel, eclipse-chasing, astronomy, chess, gardening, and bird watching.