Master Wings Publishing books tell unique stories that connect people with their communities.
The Other Side of the Wire
Suddenly orphaned in Nazi Germany and you're Jewish, survival takes many forms. The Other Side of the Wire, written by New York Times Bestseller H.W. Coyle, explores the story of an orphaned Jewish child in 1935 who disguises her identity to escape persecution.
LITA & Jean
Coming soon, Lita Tomas and Jean Marie McNamara share a shattering tell–all: the fight of this mother and daughter for themselves, each other, and the world around them is a painful yet riveting account of family, service, and love.
Frank Lloyd Wright's $10,000 Home
When Emil and Anna Bach approached Frank Lloyd Wright to design and build their Chicago home in 1915, he quoted a cost of $10,000, or $250,000 in modern purchasing power. Discover the story behind Bach's "little dream house."
The Monroe Building
Chicago’s Monroe Building has been lovingly restored, updated, and reborn. Discover the story behind this historic building on Monroe and Michigan in Chicago, IL.
Taps on the Wall
Featuring a foreword by Senator John McCain, Taps on the Walls: Poems from the Hanoi Hilton is a remarkable and unique testament to the courage and resilience of the American spirit.