I´ve just read Michael Cargill´s “We Go Again” (2015), a good WWII book about a small group of Allied soldiers in Normandy 1944. They´ve survived the horrors of D-Day and now they are fighting their way inlands. Corporal James Bowden is the main character, flawed and hardened by life and by recent events. When they are sent ahead to secure a small French town ahead of the main force, they find a quiet place. But things are about to turn ugly.
If this book had been written 30 years ago, it would surely have been imported and published here (in Sweden) as a Victory book. I miss that series, but I´m glad that a new breed of authors are coming along. Michael Cargill is a name to remember.