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Becoming a Private's Wife By Alexis Mazzoli, Griffin Loftin
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Becoming a Private's Wife is a guide for new Military spouses who don't quite know the ropes yet. Full of personal anecdotes, advice, and useful information to help any Military spouse to begin their... More > new life.< Less
Becoming a Private's Wife By Alexis Mazzoli, Griffin Loftin
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Becoming a Private's Wife is a guide for new Military spouses who don't quite know the ropes yet. Full of personal anecdotes, advice, and useful information to help any Military spouse to begin their... More > new life.< Less
My Say The Military Wife Way By R.L. Winters
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Just breaking down a few topics to dig a little deeper. Things that aren't discussed aren't solved.
My Say The Military Wife Way By R.L. Winters
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Just breaking down a few topics to dig a little deeper. Things that aren't discussed aren't solved.
The War Years By Irving Schreiber
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This book charts one man's time during World War II - tracing a narrative that begins in New York, travels to Syracuse, stops in Texas, and culminates in England and the skies over Germany. It is the... More > saga of a young man from Bensonhurst who became a navigator in the Army Air Force and who, when he came back home, safe and sound and still in uniform, posed proudly with his parents on the roof of their apartment house. The war was over, the Nazis vanquished. Seventy years later, that huge moment in history still resonates – in textbooks and films, in museums and memoirs, in poetry and prose. This is Irving Schreiber's contribution, written with honesty and insight and a great sense of craftsmanship. Today, Irving lives with his wife of 60 years, Dottie, in Fresh Meadows, Queens. They are the proud parents of three and the joyful grandparents of six.< Less
The War Years By Irving Schreiber
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This book charts one man's time during World War II - tracing a narrative that begins in New York, travels to Syracuse, stops in Texas, and culminates in England and the skies over Germany. It is the... More > saga of a young man from Bensonhurst who became a navigator in the Army Air Force and who, when he came back home, safe and sound and still in uniform, posed proudly with his parents on the roof of their apartment house. The war was over, the Nazis vanquished. Seventy years later, that huge moment in history still resonates – in textbooks and films, in museums and memoirs, in poetry and prose. This is Irving Schreiber's contribution, written with honesty and insight and a great sense of craftsmanship. Today, Irving lives with his wife of 60 years, Dottie, in Fresh Meadows, Queens. They are the proud parents of three and the joyful grandparents of six.< Less
Dance of Eagles By JS Holloway
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An explosive adventure-thriller set in 14th-century Africa, and in the 1970's bush war of Rhodesia-Zimbabwe. Powerful characters who shaped their worlds: Tcana, daughter of a cattleherd, wife of a... More > prince, high priestess of a new religion that will rip apart the ancient city of Tsimbaboue. American TV journalist Rebecca Rawlings, caught up centuries later in the remnants of Tcana's faith and a violent war of attrition. Peter Kennedy, commander of the famed Selous Scouts. His friend and right-hand man, Kuru. And Kuru's brother, Mandhla, trained as a top flight freedom fighter by the Russians. In this gripping tale of love and retribution, Mandhla stalks the woman he sees as the key to his revenge, just as surely as Peter and Kuru stalk the man known only to them by his nom-de-guerre: the Mamba.< Less
Dance of Eagles By JS Holloway
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An explosive adventure-thriller set in 14th-century Africa, and in the 1970's bush war of Rhodesia-Zimbabwe. Powerful characters who shaped their worlds: Tcana, daughter of a cattleherd, wife of a... More > prince, high priestess of a new religion that will rip apart the ancient city of Tsimbaboue. American TV journalist Rebecca Rawlings, caught up centuries later in the remnants of Tcana's faith and a violent war of attrition. Peter Kennedy, commander of the famed Selous Scouts. His friend and right-hand man, Kuru. And Kuru's brother, Mandhla, trained as a top flight freedom fighter by the Russians. In this gripping tale of love and retribution, Mandhla stalks the woman he sees as the key to his revenge, just as surely as Peter and Kuru stalk the man known only to them by his nom-de-guerre: the Mamba.< Less