Book: Dear Margaret, by Pamela Ackersoncategories: Book, Military History, WW2, Pearl Harbor, Code Talkers, Aviation History, Historical Fiction
Pamela Ackersonabout this book: Dear Margaret,
Letters home...Taken from the memoirs "I Was Just a Radioman" this historical fiction takes the reader on a journey about a Pearl Harbor survivor, Black Cat, and decorated war hero writing home to a friend, holding on to every thread of home that he could. In diary type letters ARM Henry P Lawrence documents the illusive and deadly battles, the hurricanes, and his adventures in the South Pacific Islands.
Letters to Harry are light, and unburdened. Margaret tries to keep his worries away but not discussing the war and what's happening in Europe, hoping that her stories of every day mundane routines will not distract him. Margaret's letters are based on true historical facts placed in letter form to create this epic historical fiction book.
This journey of two pen pals during WW2 will take the reader on a journey into the past, a past where hatred reigned, and nightmares were all too real. It's a time in history that we should never forget.
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