Books tagged: post wwii

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Miss Rosalie And The Primrose Fool
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 69,300. Language: English. Published: March 25, 2014 by Wings ePress, Inc.. Categories: Fiction » Historical » USA
A third generation cattleman and veteran WWI doughboy, Deke Sadler didn't miss much. Best lifelong friends with Rosalie Leonard since both were small children in the tiny ranching village of Primrose, New Mexico, he watched life from the Leonard family's roadside café and service station, where Rosalie was a waitress, as changes came slowly to a place that steadfastly resisted change.
Patron Saint of Horseshoes
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 25,060. Language: English. Published: March 8, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Plays & Screenplays » American, Fiction » Christian » General
Two generations of friends grow up and choose different vocations - a nun, a priest, a doctor, an administrator and a family man - but they unite to stop attacks on children in a hospital cancer ward. It's not about religion, even though the characters are religious.
It's All Chaos: Tales of the Young, the Old, and the Middle Aged
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 81,150. Language: English. Published: March 13, 2013 by The Educational Publisher/Biblio Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Historical » USA
Aaron's authentic vision of the post WWII's sterile era sparkles. To paraphrase Orson Welles's tribute to James Cagney's screen performance: Nothing in Aaron's fiction is real, but everything is true.
Rose From the Ashes
Series: Rose Books. Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 97,270. Language: English. Published: September 15, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Historical » USA, Fiction » Romance » Historical
Book III in the Rose Series. Shell shock, battle fatigue, post traumatic stress disorder―it all means the same thing to veterans who have served their country by putting themselves in harm’s way. But for women veterans of WWII like Rose Krantz, it meant they were expected to step back into kitchen and forget all they had gone through, something Rose cannot easily do.