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    The Music Maker

    One POW provided hope for thousands
    • ISBN-13: 9781925675481
    • Publisher/Imprint: BIG SKY PUBLISHING
    • Author: Byrne, Jaci
    • Price: AUD 34.99
    • Stock: 1260 in stock
    • Availability: Order will be despatched as soon as possible.
    • Local release date: 06/07/2018
    • Format: Hardback (232mm X 155mm) 324 pages Weight: 520g
    • Categories: Military history [HBW]
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    On May 8 1945, forty-six-year-old Drum Major Jackson staggered towards his American liberators. Emaciated, dressed in rags, his decayed boots held together with string, he’d been force-marched for twenty days over the Austrian Alps after five heinous years as a POW in Nazi labour camps. He collapsed into his liberators’ arms, clinging to his only meaningful possession—his war diary. Having already experienced the horrific nature of battle in the First World War, Jackson had now survived another War—unlike hundreds of his mates, who’d succumbed to disease, insanity, or had been killed in action. Men far younger than he. But he could never have imagined what awaited him on the home front. A captivating testament to human endurance, Jackson’s diary and photos, one of the last such memoirs to be published, is the inspiration for The Music Maker. An unforgettable and gripping true story about the life and times
    Jaci Byrne is the granddaughter of The Music Maker, the late Drum Major Henry Barnes Jackson. A full-time writer, Jaci has published four novels and a series of children’s books. This is her first work of non-fiction. She lives in Avalon Beach, Sydney.
    A gripping True Story based on the 5-year WWII diaries of POW Drum Major Jackson - A story spanning two World Wars and the difficulties faced on returning to civilian life. - A different story of a man who provided hope to thousands through his music - National PR campaign targeting Australia’s leading, Military – History Magazines and Journals – physical and online. - Advertised in trade publications – InCite Magazine, Good Reading and B+P Magazine. - Mainstream Capital City newspaper book reviews and ABC local and national radio for author interviews
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