Free: Keep Calm and Carry On, Childred

Free: Keep Calm and Carry On, Childred
Everyone faces challenges in life. Some when we are young and some when we are older. This is a story about how British children, during WWII, persevered and overcame their situations. Eleven-year-old Joyce and her little sister hide in their bomb shelter during the German Blitz on London, during World War II. Free on Kindle.

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Free: Keep Calm and Carry On, Children

Free: Keep Calm and Carry On, Children
Everyone faces challenges in life. Some when we are young and some when we are older. This is a story about how British children, during WWII, persevered and overcame their situations. Eleven-year-old Joyce and her little sister hide in their bomb shelter during the German Blitz on London, during World War II. Free on Kindle.

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The Storm Beyond The Tides

The Storm Beyond The Tides
For fans of The Nightingale, Orphan Train, and Sarah’s Key, comes a timeless novel about love and loss on an island in Maine at the onset of World War Two.

July 1939. War is on the horizon but on Monk Island, Maine life goes on as usual. As the daughter of a lobsterman, Ellie Ames’ future seems limited until a mysterious German couple comes off the ferry with their nineteen-year-old son. From the moment she meets Karl Brink, the two become inseparable and not everyone approves because locals are suspicious of outsiders. Ellie ignores their scorn, however, and the secret she learns about Karl’s family makes her even more determined to be with him.

The magical summer ends when the Brinks suddenly have to go home. And although Karl promises to return in the fall, by then Europe is at war. Two years pass and Ellie has all but given up hope when she gets a letter in the mail that will change her life forever.

The Storm Beyond The Tides is the story of the unlikely romance between a small-town girl and a German on the eve of the Second World War and explores a frightening time in America’s past—when U-Boats prowled the East Coast and put small, coastal communities on the frontline of a global conflict. $2.99 on Kindle.

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The Lieutenant’s Nurse

The Lieutenant’s Nurse

Set in the vibrant tropical surroundings of the Pacific, The Lieutenant’s Nurse is an evocative, emotional WWII story of love, friendship and the resilient spirit of the heroic nurses of Pearl Harbor. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Paranormal Matters: Volume 1

Paranormal Matters: Volume 1
What do a deserted road in Maryland, a World War 2 Aircraft Carrier, and a condo in Colorado have in common? They are all the sites of death and sorrow. Follow along as I tell real experiences at these incredibly haunted locations.

Does a young girl or her murderer attempt to scare me and my team, or is is something else altogether?

Are there restless naval souls still trying to express what horrors happened to them over seventy-five years ago?

The victims of a double-murder-suicide try to connect with anyone who will listen to their story.

Join seasoned investigator, Jason Fellon as he answers these questions and more, in Paranormal Matters: Volume 1. $7.99 on Kindle.

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The Munich Girl

The Munich Girl
Anna Dahlberg grew up eating dinner under her father’s war-trophy portrait of Eva Braun. Fifty years after the war, she discovers what he never did—that her mother and Hitler’s mistress were friends. Plunged into the treacherous world of wartime Germany, she uncovers long-buried secrets, and the legacies of love that always outlast war. $2.99 on Kindle.

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If My Heart Had Wings: A World War II Love Story

If My Heart Had Wings: A World War II Love Story
In 1943, 22-year-old Nina Raff gets the devastating news that her Army pilot husband has been killed in action. With her world upended, she quits her job, moves across the country and plunges into a powerless and abusive marriage to a man who forbids any mention of her first husband. The past stays buried for the next twenty years…until their teenage daughter finds a picture of her mother as a bride. Then a story of heartbreaking loss, family secrets, breaking free and the indelible bonds of true love come tumbling out. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Final Flight Final Fight: My grandmother, the WASP, and Arlington National Cemetery

Final Flight Final Fight: My grandmother, the WASP, and Arlington National Cemetery

When Arlington National Cemetery refused to accept my grandmother’s last request to be laid to rest there, I refused to let her legacy as a veteran die along with her.

My grandmother, Elaine Danforth Harmon, flew as a pilot with the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) of World War II. Despite being part of the first group of women to fly for the United States Army, the WASP remained officially unrecognized as members of the military due to discriminatory thinking about gender on Capitol Hill and beyond.

Women flying planes? Too progressive for the World War II era.

When I was young, I thought of my grandmother’s trips to accept awards, or to visit the White House, or to give lectures about her time in the service, as her hobby. I knew what she had done and I knew that in the 1970s they had lobbied Congress to get the veterans’ status they had been denied during the war. From that point on, my grandmother shared her story of service with the WASP during World War II with anyone who would listen.

But it was not until after she died that I fully understood why she had spent so many years talking about her service with the WASP. My grandmother’s last request was to be laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery. Our family was surprised when the United States Army, which managed the cemetery, denied that the WASP, and therefore my grandmother, were eligible for placement in the cemetery.

The Army said ‘no’ to the wrong family.

I led our family’s campaign on behalf of my grandmother, and all the women of the WASP, across social media, traditional news outlets, and to Capitol Hill to fight for their equal recognition at one of the nation’s most well-known cemeteries. My grandmother’s final fight came after her final flight – but I was honored to follow in her footsteps to ensure her legacy would not be forgotten. $11.19 on Kindle.
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Surviving the Fatherland

Surviving the Fatherland

Spanning thirteen years from 1940 to 1953 and set against the epic panorama of WWII, author Annette Oppenlander’s Surviving the Fatherland is a sweeping saga of family, love, and betrayal that illuminates an intimate part of history seldom seen: the children’s war. $0.99 on Kindle.

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BRAT and the Kids of Warriors

BRAT and the Kids of Warriors
In the aftermath of World War II military brats Jack, Queenie, and Rabbit find adventure everywhere they go. This time, it’s an overseas voyage to West Germany for their father’s new assignment. Making new friends along the way, discovering a spy they can’t prove exists, and seeing the wreckage of a world freshly out of war are all just a day in the life of these military brats. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Oriental Vagabonds: A Tale of a Far East Tramp

Oriental Vagabonds: A Tale of a Far East Tramp
The eve of World War 2. Hitler is finalizing plans for the conquest of Europe and flexing his muscles in Spain, while the Japanese are poised to invade China, and eyeing off the resources of the East Indies and Indochina to fuel their war machine.

Dangerous times, but there are still profits to be made by men like hard-bitten Skipper Bill Rowden and his vagabond crew, as they work their aging tramp steamer around the treacherous waters of the Far East. Uncharted reefs, tropical storms, corrupt officials, smuggling and piracy are all in a day’s work to Rowden and his crew, which includes an embittered hard drinking aristocrat, a knife-wielding Welshman and a hot-headed, hard-fisted Australian.

On what begins as a routine voyage to New Guinea, Rowden discovers an illegal shipment of arms concealed in his ship, setting off a chain of increasingly dangerous events that drag him unwittingly into the center of Nazi, Soviet and British attempts to gain the upper hand, before war finally breaks out.

Entangled with Chinese warlords, triads and a beautiful Russian adventuress, Rowden narrowly escapes Shanghai before the bombs start to fall, but his enemies are closing in. Deep in the Pacific, in a remote coral fringed lagoon, Rowden and his crew face a violent and explosive confrontation, with little more than fists and wits to keep them alive. $2.99 on Kindle.

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