Author(s): Michael Kelly
... This is no ordinary biography. It is a twofold story. It is the story of a man who was far from ordinary; and interwoven with it is the story of a marriage partnership of 61 years and of the family life that grew from it. It is important that a story such as this be told, for it tells much of the strength and depth of the human spirit, of courage and endurance, of determination and dedication, and of comradeship, love and laughter. It is the story of a particularly well rounded man. .... taken from Foreword by Sir Michael Hardie Boys
Award winning journalist Michael Kelly has provided eyewitness accounts from military actions from Kuwait to Bosnia. In Martyr's Day: Chronicle of a Small War, Kelly describes the bombing of Baghdad, the attack on Israel, and the American assault into Kuwait. He also wrote Siege: A Story of Bosnia, his first-hand account of the war in Bosnia. For his reporting, Kelly won a National Magazine Award and an Overseas Press Club Award.