Author Introduces Website for Code Name Arc Angel
Online PR News – 16-January-2018 – Leland, NC – Following the success of his fiction book, Code Name Arc Angel, Bruce Jarvis launches his website where the details of his book are made available for all the readers. It offers an easy navigation to features.
Code Name Arc Angel has been introduced in the literary scene, unveiling the character of Carlton Fuller, who has made an impact during the regime of Adolph Hitler in Germany. When the Italians had declared war on Great Britain and France, General William Donovan, the future director of the Office of Strategic Services sought help from Donovan, a husband, father, lawyer, and common citizen of the United States.
More about the book which reveals the unsung heroes during the World War II are revealed through the features of the author’s website. The readers can navigate the following features: Home Page – where they can read the full synopsis and see the cover of the book; Book Page – where the other books written by the author are featured; Author Page – where the readers can get to know more about the author; Order Page – where the sites to where the avid readers can get the book, are made available; lastly the Contact Page – where the readers can get support as to where the readers can get support should they need help in getting more details about the book.
As Bruce Jarvis continues to provide just the latest updates about his literary works, the website will be updated to keep everyone abreast with Code Name Arc Angel and the rest of the titles. Jarvis invites everyone to check the features of this website and get only the latest from his most sought-after creation by far!
About the Author:
Bruce Jarvis retired from AT&T and the Defense Information Systems Agency. He is also the author of Willy Victor and 25 Knothole. Formerly a widower, Bruce married his second wife, Joan, in 2013. He has three children, six grandchildren, and one great-grandson from his first marriage. Bruce and Joan live in Leland, North Carolina.
Hardcover: 292 pages
Publisher: iUniverse (July 13, 2016)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.8 x 9 inches