Howard F. Horne, Jr., a writer who worked as DuPont’s Employee Relations Manager and founded Horne Associates, has completed his new book “Survivor”: an awe-inspiring autobiography of a man who was a believer, a warrior, and a survivor.
Howard writes, “Dropped behind enemy lines in 1943, Howard Horne spends two years with a group of Italian Partisans observing German and Italian troop movements while avoiding capture.
A life and running career at Penn State is interrupted by World War II as Howard Horne is thrust into a world of basic training, flight school, and OCS training in preparation for deployment overseas. After being recruited for a special mission, he crosses the Mediterranean by submarine and goes ashore behind enemy lines in Northern Italy. His mission begins with nothing but a radio, a gun, a group of people he has never met and instructions to stay alive.
Little did he know this would only be the beginning of his journey.”
Published by Newman Springs Publishing, Howard F. Horne, Jr.’s brings an inspiring memoir of an individual who fought his way through difficult battles and life-threatening warzones. This journal is a testimony of one’s will to live in a world where death is always near.
Readers who wish to experience this profound work can purchase “Survivor” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iBooks Store, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.