During the early days of WWII, British and French troops were surrounded and completely cut off, trapped around the city of Dunkirk, France. Thousands of Englishmen crewed hundreds of “Little Ships” and risked everything to rescue the Allied troops. Sailing from ports all around England, the nearly 700 “Little Ships” raced across the English Channel towards Dunkirk to help pull off one of the greatest wartime feats. They were referred to as “Little Ships,” but there was nothing little when it came to their courage and honor.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
All three of Christoff’s books have been published under the label Ohana Books Publishing, a company founded by Christoff. Christoff was born on a US Air Base in Bitburg Germany, Christoff found his love and passion of American and US Military history early in life through the influence of his father, a US Air Force NCO. Christoff attributes his father as always pushing him to learn and become a better man, which motivated him to complete a college degree. Christoff graduated from Arizona State University with Honors, Sigma Cum Laude, with a BIS degree in Business & Economics along with a Minor in US History. Christoff's love of writing and storytelling also began at a young age, and after completing his degree he aspired to become a published writer. Current socio-political controversies inspired the ideas and direction of the Lost Nation series. Christoff and his wife live in Mesa Arizona with their four wonderful kids, two boys and two girls, and their dog, Stitch.