The Moon Above by Brett Davis

Table of Contents

In a special promotion, Scarsdale Publishing is releasing serialized installments of The Moon Above, a historical novel by Brett Davis. We will release 25 installments, one a day, for the month of March. This Table of Contents page will update as each installment is published and make sure to follow us for update notifications!

Table of Contents

Installment 1: Chapters 1 and 2 Live 3/1/21
Installment 2: Chapters 3 and 4 Live 3/2/21
Installment 3: Chapters 5 and 6 Live 3/3/21
Installment 4: Chapters 7 and 8 Live 3/4/21
Installment 5: Chapters 9 and 10 Live 3/5/21
Installment 6: Chapters 11 and 12 Live 3/6/21
Installment 7: Chapters 13 and 14 Live 3/7/21
Installment 8: Chapters 15 and 16 Live 3/8/21
Installment 9: Chapters 17 and 18 Live 3/9/21
Installment 10: Chapters 19 and 20 Live 3/10/21
Installment 11: Chapters 21 and 22 Live 3/11/21
Installment 12: Chapters 23 and 24 Live 3/12/21
Installment 13: Chapters 25 and 26 Live 3/13/21
Installment 14: Chapters 27 and 28 Live 3/14/21
Installment 15: Chapters 29 and 30 Live 3/15/21
Installment 16: Chapters 31 and 32 Live 3/16/21
Installment 17: Chapters 33 and 34 Live 3/17/21
Installment 18: Chapters 35 and 36 Live 3/18/21
Installment 19: Chapters 37 and 38 Live 3/19/21
Installment 20: Chapters 39 and 40 Live 3/20/21
Installment 21: Chapters 41 and 42 Live 3/21/21
Installment 22: Chapters 43 and 44 Live 3/22/21
Installment 23: Chapters 45 and 46 Live 3/23/21
Installment 24: Chapters 47 and 48 Live 3/24/21
Installment 25: Chapters 49 and 50 Live 3/25/21

About The Moon Above

Johnny Nicholas’s dream is to fly airplanes — an impossible dream for a Black man in 1930s America.

After WWII started, the Army launches an experimental program to train Black pilots in Tuskegee, Alabama. Against his parents’ wishes, Johnny boards a train headed to the segregated South. But even the rising death toll of World War II may not be enough incentive for the government to allow Black pilots to fly bombers.

As Johnny grows convinced that the war will end before he sees a battlefield, the Tuskegee airmen are ordered to the European front. In Italy, reality quickly dispels his daydream fantasies of dogfights and glory, and one unshakeable Jerry on his bomber’s tail paves the way to a hell that few men escape and a mountain of bones that reach to the moon.

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About the Author

Brett Davis is a lifelong writer of both journalism and fiction. Growing up in north Alabama, he learned both about the Tuskegee Airmen and the German rocket scientists in Huntsville who helped put men on the moon. He’s glad to be able to bring their stories together in this novel.

Brett is the author of five science fiction and fantasy novels but spends most of his time writing nonfiction about robots and drones. He studied journalism and photography at the University of North Alabama and the University of Missouri and has lived in Washington longer than anywhere else, but it doesn’t seem to have done him any harm.

He’s an avid runner and biker and likes to spend as much time underwater as possible. He also bakes a mean scone. Follow him on Twitter at Brett_Davis and Instagram at Bsivad.




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