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“After his fatherâ€s death, Chris Edmonds journeyed across the US

and to Germany to discover his fatherâ€s heroic past. No Surrender

is a quintessential American story of bravery, compassion, and

righteousness told by an admiring son.― (James Bradley, New York Times

bestselling author of Flags of Our Fathers)“Roddie Edmonds is a hero

for our age—or any age. His story of principled defiance in the face

of evil is an inspiration and a challenge. In No Surrender, Chris

Edmonds and Douglas Century have given us the one righteous man whose

goodness spares us all.― (Mitchell Zuckoff, New York Times

bestselling author of Fall and Rise: The Story of 9/11)“A fascinating

war story... a you-are-there portrait of the horrors of war and the

incredible effect one selfless person can have on hundreds.― (Kirkus

Reviews)“In this page-turning memoir, Edmonds and Century chronicle

the WWII experiences of Edmondâ€s late father, Army Master Sgt. Roddie

Edmonds…[and] have skillfully transformed war records, interviews, and

archival data into a dramatic account…More than a story of brothers in

arms, this work is a sonâ€s labor of love.― (Publishers Weekly

(Starred Review))“Thereâ€s perhaps no greater untold story to come

out of World War II. Itâ€s a heck of a father-son story, but itâ€s

also a tale of the power of one man to do something selfless that

forever changes a life.― (Newsweek) Chris Edmonds is senior pastor of

Piney Grove Baptist Church in Maryville, Tennessee, and chief executive

officer of Roddieâ€s Code, LLC, and The Roddie Edmonds Foundation,Â

organizations committed to extending the legacy and leadership of Master

Sergeant Edmonds to future generations. He also teaches Leadership

Development to military leaders at the University of Alabama at

Huntsville. He earned his bachelor's degree in business at theÂ

University of Tennessee and, later, a master's degree in religion at

Liberty Theological Seminary. He lives in Maryville, Tennessee, with

his wife, Regina. Douglas Century is an author, journalist, and

screenwriter. Co-author of Hunting El Chapo (Harper, 2018), he also coauthored

several New York Times bestsellers, including Under and Alone

(Random House, 2005) and Takedown: The Fall of the Last Mafia Empire

(G. P. Putnamâ€s Sons, 2002), a finalist for the 2003 Edgar Award in

the category of Best Nonfiction Crime Book. He also co-authored

If Not Now, When? Duty and Sacrifice In Americaâ€s Time of Need


investigative journalist, Century is a contributing editor at Tablet

magazine and writes regularly for Billboard and The New York Times

. He lives in New York City.Douglas Century is the author or coauthor of

such bestsellers as Under and Alone, Barney Ross, Street Kingdom,

Brotherhood of Warriors and Takedown: The Fall of the Last Mafia Empire

, a finalist for the 2003 Edgar Award in the category of Best Nonfiction

Crime.

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