An intriguing World War 2 adventure novel set in the South Pacific.
"The location is beautiful, the hotel well worth a visit, and the lives of the guests are intriguing... A great read."
- Historical Novels Review (May 2011)
"This is a thoroughly enjoyable read and a 'must' for any fan of military aviation"
- M Howard Morgan, author of 'First Fleet'
"Beyond the technical details lies a wonderful story with beautifully written characters full of personality and charm."
- Raven Dane
"Adventure, excitement, tragedy, romance and engaging characters, this novel has it all."
- Susanne OíLeary, author of Fresh Powder
The War is over, but for Marine pilot Jack McGuire, it's only just begun.
Unable to adjust to post-war life, he buys a surplus Navy seaplane and heads for the South Pacific, where he sets up a colonial-style hotel on the island over which he used to fight.
But his past soon catches up with him. A parade of war veterans float through the hotel, sending Jack hurtling back into dogfights over the Solomon Islands, as the story of his wartime life unfolds. Then, out of the Pacific blue, he sees the widow of his former wingman Don Wheeler, who was shot down in action. No-one even knew that womanizing fighter pilot Don had a wife, and her arrival in Jack's life changes everything.
Tulagi Hotel is a gripping tale that weaves the protagonist's war-torn past with his equally turbulent present.