Route 66 Postcards:
While you are reading Old Faithful Plot, an Edward Ware Thrillers at War novel soon to be published by Cheops Books, LLC, you should have a copy of Route 66 Postcards by your side to leaf through and admire. It will illustrate for you some outstanding restaurants and motels along the western Route 66 that used to run from Chicago to Los Angeles, California in the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s up until the interstate system took over. Certainly Dora and Edward had to use the road to meet an operative of Winston Churchill at the Stone Tree House in the Petrified Forest just outside Holbrook, Arizona. They were supposed to hand over the much coveted Lawrence maps, key to world domination, and sought after by German spies sent by the newly elected Chancellor of Germany, Adolf Hitler. Looking through this paperback book with detachable postcards you can admire the color postcards for such widely dispersed establishments as the Broadview Motor Court in Springfield, Illinois and the Long Champ Dining Saloon in Amarillo, Texas. You can ooh and aah at the Kimo Indian Theater in Albuquerque, New Mexico and smile at the Wigwam Village number 6 motor court in Holbrook, Arizona almost at the very rendezvous point for Dora and Edward. Look it up. This gem by Michael Wallis and Suzanne Fitzgerald Wallis gives you a vivid idea of what it was like to travel the Mother Road long ago.