Bestselling author Elinor Florence conducted personal interviews with twenty-eight veterans of World War Two, ordinary men and women who were thrust into the deadliest conflict of all times. Many of them had never told their stories before.
This printed book has 256 pages and is illustrated with more than one hundred original photographs.
Among the twenty-eight veterans interviewed:
Fred Sutherland of Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, the last Canadian dambuster
Jessie Middleton of Abbotsford, British Columbia, a nursing sister who treated Canadian soldiers
Stocky Edwards of Comox, British Columbia, Canada’s greatest living fighter ace
Merle Taylor of Lochaber, Nova Scotia, who taught Morse Code to the pilots in training.
PLEASE NOTE: All of the stories published in the printed book are available to read for free, here on the author's blog. To read them, click: Wartime Wednesdays
SIGNED COPIES of this printed book are available directly from the author. There is no ebook since all stories are available for free on the author's blog.
Cost: $35.00 Canadian, plus $14.00 if mailed within Canada. TOTAL: $49.00 PER BOOK.
(Save mailing costs by ordering two or more copies.)
FOR PAYMENT INFORMATION, call Elinor at 250-342-1621, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IF YOU LIVE OUTSIDE CANADA, please call Elinor at 250-342-1621 or email email@example.com.
You may also order unsigned copies of the book from Amazon.ca in Canada, or amazon.com in the U.S.
This would make a great gift, and can be mailed straight to the recipient. The first printing sold out, but there are copies now available from the second printing.