James M. Fenelon
James M. Fenelon is a paratrooper turned historian. He served in the United States Army for more than a decade and is a graduate of the United States Army's Airborne, Jumpmaster, and Pathfinder schools. His book, Four Hours of Fury: The Untold Story of World War II's Largest Airborne Invasion and the Final Push into Nazi Germany, was widely praised; the Wall Street Journal called it "inspired" and the Army Times called it "a riveting account." He has written for World War II magazine, Military History, and other outlets, and served as a technical advisor for World War II documentaries. An alumnus of the University of Texas at Austin, Fenelon and his wife live in the Texas Hill Country.