The Black Suitcase Mystery: a World War II Remembrance

Gail Elliott Downs

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  • EAN: 9781513024257

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Step back in time to the 1940s and delve into a World War II Mystery involving B-24 Liberator bombers, the men who flew them, and the women who waited for their safe return. 

This is a tragic yet triumphant tale of how a team of youthful detectives pieced together a story of young love.

Separated by war — reunited by death. 


“Learning about those times and deeds [World War II] must be more than accidental.  Fortunately, many of our fellow Americans understand that.  Gail Thomas [now Downs] of Brentwood, Missouri is one of them.”
— President Bill Clinton, “Remarks at a Memorial Day Ceremony in Arlington, Virginia” on May 30, 1994

“Mrs. Thomas and the fifth-grade students at Mark Twain Elementary serve as models for others to follow in developing and encouraging innovative projects for our children’s education.”
— Missouri Senator “Kit” Bond in his remarks for the Congressional Record on May 19, 1992

"Were you an Alabama teacher, you would be my nominee to receive the first award [for teaching history]—and I’m sure you would win!
— Colonel Robert J. Jakeman, United States Air Force Historical Research Agency and Auburn University Asst. Professor

“You have shared so beautifully the benefits of your interests and ideas.  This is an outstanding project.”
— Dr. Shirley Crenshaw, Professor at Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri

“What an incredible story!  The letters are fascinating!!  How extraordinary that you have been able to bring that time alive again through your dad’s cousin’s life and experiences.”

— Helene Willis, Instructor at Lindenwood University, St. Charles, Missouri

“The Black Suitcase Mystery is like a social studies lesson going back to the past.”
— Veronica Ramirez, Fifth-grade student, 1992

“It’s like we’re living a novel.”
— Joe Sparks, Fifth-grade student, 1995

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