"The Jazz Girls and the Flyboy... A Jewish Saga of WWII and Israel." This historical fiction novel is fraught with Tragedy, Revenge, Love, and Redemption. Jewish teenage sweethearts are forced to leave their small German town shortly after Kristallnacht in 1938 due to Hitler's persecution of the Jews. Follow their lives and and adventures in war-torn Germany, as well as to New York, New Orleans, Miami, England, and Israel. Marc Hildebrandt gets his revenge on the Nazis as an RAF and US Air Corp Flying Ace (Flyboy), as Laura Levine gives her life a new start as a Jazz pianist and entertainer in the 1940's Jazz Capital, New Orleans. Get a front row seat at Laura's performances at The Roosevelt Hotel's famous Blue Room. Climb into the cockpit with Marc in the dogfights of WWII's battles in the air and on the ground. Venture with Marc and his buddies as they finish one war and continue in a second war; this one a war of hope, faith, and redemption in Israel's fight for self-determination concluding in the Declaration of Independence of the State of Israel. Jews of a new generation will be struck by how their parents and grandparents managed to start their lives anew in a strange country. "The Jazz Girls and the Flyboy" also makes for interesting reading for Christians who have connected with their religious roots to Israel as the Holy Land. This fast-paced action saga will leave you craving for its sequel and the possibilty of its adaptation as a major motion picture.