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Harmon General

(Misfits and Millionaires #2)

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Harmon General is book two in the WWII historical fiction series entitled Misfits and Millionaires—set in Longview, Texas. The novel picks up about two months after the story line in The Big Inch ended.

Familiar characters and locations get a shot of adrenaline from the biological hazard espionage going on at the U.S. Army’s new medical hospital treating diseased and wound
Published June 16th 2018
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Sydney Young
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It’s a gorgeous book. You really do want to enter the giveaway. Great second in the series, revving it up.
Kristine Hall
OH MY GOSH. I never do this, but I must start this review by saying the epilogue at the end is magnificent and I CRIED Y’ALL. There, I said it. To say I really enjoyed reading Harmon General, book two in the Misfits and Millionaires series by the always awesome Kimberly Fish, is a gross understatement. The mark of a great book is when I get so caught up in the story that I forget I am supposed to be reading it critically. What wonderfully unexpected twists there are – right to the very end. This ...more
Ruthie Jones
Harmon General is book 2 in the Misfits and Millionaires series. I have not yet read the first book, The Big Inch, but I plan on remedying that as quickly as I can. Book 1 apparently flows into Book 2, but that didn't stop me from being thoroughly enraptured by Harmon General. Despite the many references to previous events, once I settled into the characters, I quickly became engrossed in the story.

Longview, Texas, is a long way from Europe and the front lines of World War II, but that doesn't m
Jun 27, 2018 rated it it was amazing
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What makes Harmon General such a good piece of historical fiction? Story! Story! Story!

Seldom have I ever read a story with such a breakneck pace to the climax! You’ll know when you get to that part because you won’t be able to stop reading. The author uses the first two-thirds of the book to set everything up, just like someone setting up a room full of dominoes. Then, without notice, she tips that first domino over, and the action is non-stop to the climax near the end of the story!

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Lorilei Gonzales
Jul 01, 2018 rated it it was amazing
It's been a while since I read book one, The Big Inch, but I'm glad to see that my wish to read more about Sergeant Tesco (Emmie) has been granted. I'm glad to see that Lane is still as strong and independent as ever, but it looks like she hasn't improved on reading people yet.

From the beginning of book two, you know that Emmie and Lane are secret agents; but what you don't know is why their relationship seems tense. You later learn that the two ladies stayed at the same boardinghouse at one tim
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Kimberly writes award-winning novels about women discovering their grit. With accolades ranging from Best Texas Book, Best Romance, and Best Historical Romance, her novels set in the Texas Hill Country transport readers to a place where dreams can grow along with the lavender. Her WWII historical fiction details exploits and spy dramas on the American home front and reveal just what women can acco ...more

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