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An Epic Novel of America’s Forgotten War in China

Inspired by true events, Two Sons of China is a richly detailed historical saga from a forgotten theater of World War II—a tale of passion and betrayal that reveals the strength of two warriors’ unbreakable friendship, and the powerful forces that threaten to tear them apart.

“Prepare to be captivated. Two Sons of China takes you to WWII China, introduces you to a fascinating cast of characters, and spins a terrific tale of adventure and romance. If you love historical fiction, or any fiction, don’t miss it. A superb debut.”

William Martin
New York Times bestselling author of Back Bay and The Lincoln Letter

“Two Sons of China is compelling in its story, gritty in its historical detail, and sensuous in its excellent prose. This is an eye-opening novel about a little known story at the far side of World War II. A remarkable book that deserves a wide audience.”

Anita Shreve
New York Times bestselling author of The Pilot’s Wife and Stella Bain


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An eye surgeon’s look at life behind the mask and the heroes who changed the way we see

In Saving Sight, Dr. Andrew Lam describes his life as a surgeon in vivid detail and brings readers into the operating room to share the constant risks, high expectations, and occasional triumphs that accompany him there.

"Dr. Andrew Lam, a distinguished retinal surgeon, has written a wonderfully readable book about the sometimes heroic lives of the great inventors in his field. The layman will be carried away by Dr. Lam's clear, colloquial story-telling, and he will also gain, as I did, a far clearer knowledge of the human eye."

Richard Wilbur
Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner

"In Saving Sight, Dr. Lam has beautifully captured the atom-smashing accomplishments and dramatic stories of men who transformed the world of vision. This book is a real page-turner!"

Dr. William Tasman
Former President of the American Academy of Ophthalmology


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