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Commander Erwin Wunderlich, USN (ret.) “is a freelance writer living in Orlando. Since the 1850s, his relatives have been residents of Florida, where as a child he was taught to live off the extensive wetlands for weeks at a time. Erwin later graduated from the United States Naval Academy and served as a Cold War attack submarine officer. He achieved the rank of naval Commander after serving for twenty years in active and reserve components. Erwin holds bachelors, masters, and doctorate degrees. His advanced degrees include environmental engineering, business, and education disciplines.

 

Recently, Erwin Wunderlich has worked for both federal and state governments on environmental policy and projects in Florida. His projects have included both the Kissimmee River and Everglades restorations. Erwin’s present interests include writing, photographing nature, and monitoring the health of the Wekiva River.” Commander Erwin Wunderlich is the author of Salvos On The Backwater: A Novel of the Civil War Period.


Salvos on the Backwater: A Novel of the Civil War Period
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According to the book description of Salvos On The Backwater: A Novel of the Civil War Period, “has won praise from critics as an entertaining story of one man's love for Florida. For Jack Nichols' to build a new life along the 1863 Gulf coast, he must avoid contested areas of both the Civil War and everyday life. Chased by a warship up a creek one morning, he and his uncle happen upon the Hamilton homestead. There, the widow Rebecca is struggling mightily to hold her family together in the lush and violent wilderness. Jack is unaware of the dangerous chain of events that will be set in motion by his actions on this fateful day.

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