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If the first casualty of war is truth, the last is hope. Soldiers die even on the last day of a war. For Elizabeth Pepperhawk, one of those casualties was a dear friend. Reeling from emotional fallout created by the disastrous American withdrawal from Saigon, Pepper, Avivah, and Benny are certain of one thing: Pepper's friend lied about the Vietnamese infant he sent to the ...more
Hardcover, 393 pages
Published November 14th 2012 by Five Star (ME)
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Leslie
Dec 31, 2017 rated it it was amazing
The last book in the series delivered another mystery with ties to Vietnam - a baby girl delivered to Pepper with a letter from Darby to look after her. Was she his illegitimate daughter? The baby courier is found dead in the same clinic where Pepper works and Avivah is on the case. Unravelling the mystery and unearthing the truth is the journey you take as author Sharon Wildwind takes us on a ride through the days following the fall of Saigon and the ramifications of war on those left behind.
Ellen Dark
Nov 08, 2017 rated it liked it
It took a while to finish this last in the Elizabeth Pepperhawk series, and I'm sorry that the series is over. The series follows four veterans of the Vietnam war and their lives after they return to North Carolina.
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For those of us who remember the late sixties and early seventies, the Vietnam War hangs over us as a dark cloud, now rapidly fading into past memory—except for those who were part of it. For some—my children—it is only something they've heard about in school. That war is at the center of Sharon Wildwind's Loved Honor More. As survivors back home in this country, would say, it was the war that followed them home. The book highlights military culture with its need-to-know discipline and its pench ...more
Tracey Cramer-Kelly
Dec 20, 2012 rated it really liked it
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Since I write about military characters, I like to read military characters. I hadn’t heard of this series before and it sounded interesting because of the veteran angle. I didn’t check until I’d finished reading, but this is the fifth book in the series and takes place just days after the Viet Nam war ended.

I’m no history buff, but I do like mysteries. As a mystery, this one had so many twists and threads, I almost couldn’t keep track of them all. I can honestly say I didn’t know what was comin
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Debra
This book concludes the Elizabeth Pepperhawk mystery series featuring Vietnam veterans. A definite and satisfying read if you have read the first four. if not, why are you waiting? Go read them in order.
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Sharon is The Calgary Mystery Lady. Originally from the southern United States, she came to Canada a long time ago. As a child, she read adventure stories, science fiction, and mysteries, and knew more about bush pilots than she did about social graces. It took her a while to realize that the guys always got the best adventures and the best lines, a situation she set out to remedy by making up her ...more