Engaged in War

Rita’s Reviewers, Mommies Review

“French Letters: Engaged in War, is the story of Will Hastings, an army doctor caught up in the D-Day landings in Normandy and the drive to capture St. Lo, France. Isolated from Virginia Sullivan and the events taking place at … Continue reading

 
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Debbie’s Book Bag

“The second volume in the French Letters trilogy is written from the perspective of Will Hastings, army doctor during WWII. The first book, Virginia’s War was written from the perspective of Will’s girlfriend, Virginia at home in Texas. The events … Continue reading

 
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Readaholic

“French Letters: Engaged in War, is the second book in the French Letters trilogy. The companion to Virginia s War, it is the story of Will Hastings, an army doctor caught up in the D-Day landings in Normandy and the … Continue reading

 
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Crystal Book Reviews

“The Lunacy and Betrayals of War!” “War is definitely one of the most terrible experiences one can endure! Through the stark narration of Will Hastings, a trained doctor, the reader encounters another war story of reason and decency gone awry … Continue reading

 
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Michael Singley

With Engaged in War, Jack London delivers another engrossing and well-written novel in the French Letters series. Whereas Virginia’s War told the story of the home front in a small Texas town, EIW tells the story of Captain Will Hastings … Continue reading

 
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Midwest Book Review

Even when bullets aren’t being shot overhead, the war is still being fought. “French Letters: Engaged in War” is the first novel in Jack Woodville’s World War II trilogy, following an army doctor who finds himself in Normandy and crushed … Continue reading

 
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J. Cameron Smith

This is the second instalment in the `French Letters’ trilogy, and is written from the perspective of Will Hastings, a young army doctor on the battlefields of France in World War II. Will Hastings arrives in France during the D … Continue reading

 
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