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Dearest Mother and Dad

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“One hundred and twenty Marines wounded. Eighteen dead. All for one lousy hill.”

Corpsman Orrin Connor’s faithful letters with a touching twist shield his parents from the horrors of war. His buddy Rawley Armstrong’s poignant letters give his sister the harrowing truths. Throughout their dangerous assignments during the Korean War, they debate the consequences of their choi
Kindle Edition, 195 pages
Published May 21st 2020
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Penelope Axe
Sep 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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Christina hit this one out of the ball park. It was informative and p0ignant. Thank for a good novel to read. As always with your books technically perfect. I like how you changed the narration.
Kraig Thompson
Jan 18, 2021 rated it it was amazing
As a fan of fiction and historical novels, I was very happy reading Dearest Mother and Dad. Not only was the story compelling and the characters memorable, the historical setting was well done making this novel a great read.
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As a former holistic practitioner with a science background, Christina Thompson enjoys writing about the physical science, the emotional workings of our mind and heart, and the spiritual energy that taps into our passions.

Her degree in biology from Nazareth College in Kalamazoo gave her a love of science and a background into the physical realm of the body. Her diploma in Traditional Chinese acup

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