Author - William Sonn
Bill Sonn is an author (Paradigms Lost: the life and deaths of the printed word, Rowman & Littlefield, 2006) and long-time writer whose work has appeared in Outside/Mariah, Chicago magazine, The Progressive, Columbia Journalism Review, Boston Globe, Bild, Westword and more. A former news and communications executive, he has edited several healthcare periodicals as well as The Straight Creek Journal, co-founded a news company and served as a consultant to various healthcare companies. He lives in Denver with his wife Edie, not too far from two daughters, their kids, and an abundance of local sisters- and brothers-in-law.
William SonnSomething Like Treason$19.95Disloyal American Soldiers & the Plot to B...Disloyal American Soldiers & the Plot to Bring World War II Home Not everyone in the U.S. military was rooting for America. In 1942, in its rush to assemble a force of seven million to take on...