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Haywire My Life in the Mines
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 51,560. Language: English. Published: December 30, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Biography » Biographical anthologies
This autobiographical book describes the author's family through war and depression, and goes on to relate his experiences underground in the late 1960's and early 1970's. It is written from the point of view of the average Joe who went underground when he was eighteen and didn't know what he was getting into. The author considers himself lucky to have survived those years.
The Juno Letters
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Series: The Juno Letters, Book 1. Price: $5.95 USD. Words: 91,690. Language: English. Published: June 23, 2013. Category: Fiction » Historical » General
Letters discovered in a tin box hidden in the foundation of a small cottage in Normandy reveal a terrible secret. Antoine's world was collapsing. His beautiful Marianne, his precious daughter Ariele, missing. The lives of hundreds - perhaps thousands - of allied soldiers preparing to storm Juno Beach on D-Day literally are in his hands.
That Summer in Normandy
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 54,030. Language: English. Published: April 15, 2014. Category: Fiction » Historical » General
Nelly Spencer, an animal rescuer in northern France, investigates an isolated farm in Normandy, where she discovers an Allied jeep from the D-Day invasion. An elderly farm lady, Louise, recounts the story of an injured Canadian soldier she hid in the summer of 1944, and his love for a nurse who risked betrayal. Louise's revelations confront Nelly with the uncertainty surrounding her own childhood.
The Scavengers of Graveny Marsh
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Series: The Juno Letters, Book 5. Price: $5.95 USD. Words: 86,420. Language: English. Published: November 14, 2014. Category: Fiction » Literature » War
The stables stood since Elizabethan times on the grounds of Whitstable Castle in Kent. There was a time when the trumpets of war sounded that the stables’ grooms fitted the castle mounts for battle. That was before the Great War. Before machine guns, mustard gas, and aeroplanes. It was a glorious time, at least in the myths woven to disguise the blood and screams of men and horses dying in battle.