Misfits and Millionaires #2
Genre: Historical Fiction / WWII / Spies
Publisher: Fish Tales, LLC
Date of Publication: June 16, 2018
Number of Pages: 330
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Harmon General Hospital. The hope of malaria treatments for US soldiers depends on it, and justice of the heart demands it.
"The war that changed the world brought the world to East Texas through Harmon General, a significant US Army hospital that treated thousands of wounded soldiers in Longview. In Harmon General, we meet again Lane Mercer, a World War II heroine, and we enjoy again how the drama of her secret service to the nation and her complicated personal relationships pull us into the vast impact of the world war." -- Dale Lunsford, Ph.D., President, LeTourneau University
“Harmon General is a brilliant story for historical fiction readers! Set in World War II, the female spies, Army hospital setting, and drama amongst the Longview townsfolk kept me riveted and engaged until the very end.”
- Jody T. Morse
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She has since published in magazines, newspapers, and online formats and in January 2017, released the first novel in the Misfits and Millionaires series set during the World War II years in Longview, Texas—The Big Inch. Her second book, Comfort Plans, was published later that same year. She lives with her family in East Texas.
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JUNE 22-JULY 1, 2018 (U.S. Only)
Stepping away from Zeke’s embrace, Lane breathed in a fortifying gasp of air. She held a finger up and said, “Just one quick second. I have to get this call.”
“Are you kidding? Let it ring.”
“I can’t.” She reached for the phone, knowing Theo would wait through four cycles. He’d programmed the operator to keep for the pattern, anticipating that Lane might be in a sales situation. “Between the Lines bookshop, on Fredonia in Longview.”
“I’m looking for a copy of Mrs. Washington’s cookbook. Do you carry it?”
She squeezed her eyes shut so she couldn’t see the disbelief on Zeke’s face. “Yes, I have one copy of Mrs. Washington’s cookbook.”
The operator paused. “Please hold.”
A perilously long fifteen seconds endured.
“Lane?” The Bostonian accent was clipped like he was calling from a public location.
She watched Zeke swig the last of his beer, toss the bottle into the trash, and march into the storefront. The clatter of a box as it toppled to the floor followed. She was sure he’d find something else to kick before her conversation ended. Squeezing her eyes shut, she fought through the conflicting feelings that battered her brain.
Reality reminded her she owed a debt to Theo that was bigger than any joy Zeke promised.
Defeated, she turned her back, tucking the phone close to her chin, and answered Theo. “You have the worst timing.”