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The nurses of the US Army's Field Hospitals, mobile units that operate just behind the battle lines, contend with heat, dirt, short-handed staffs, the threat of German counterattack and an ever-present flood of horribly wounded GIs. At the 11th Field Hospital near Palermo, Sicily in the bloody summer of 1943, nurses also live with the threat of violent assault by one of ...more
Hardcover, 336 pages
Expected publication: March 3rd 2020 by Forge Books
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Disclaimer: I received a free copy of BLAME THE DEAD by Ed Ruggero from Macmillan in an exchange for an honest review.

There seems to be tendency in big budget WWII stars to feature mainly, if not solely, white men. Rarely, will you see men of color. Sometimes you see women but by and large those women are limited to hiding people, falling in love with people, or nursing people. A sense of struggle or anything other than getting upset at death stalking men really isn’t shown.

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Ed Ruggero remembers very clearly two ambitions he had early on: he wanted to be a soldier and he wanted to be a writer.
Ruggero graduated from West Point in 1980, fulfilling one of his professional dreams. He served as an infantry officer in the Army and later returned to West Point to teach literature and writing. While he was on the faculty at West Point that Ruggero got the idea that it would
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