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Sins of soldiers
S. J. Hardman Lea
Anson Scott is an American with the British infantry in France during the First World War. Secretly he writes despatches from the Front for an American newspaper. But as the campaign gets ever more intense, Scott risks being exposed and shot as a spy.
|Statement||S.J. Hardman Lea|
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|Pagination||ix, 307 p.|
|Number of Pages||307|
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Sons and Soldiers is an epic story of heroism, courage, and patriotism that will not soon be forgotten. About the Author Bruce Henderson has written more than twenty books, including the national bestseller Hero Found and Rescue at Los Baños/5(). Against a backdrop of trench warfare’s carnage, Lea brings to life a brave but factional British battalion of soldiers in this finely scripted World War I novel, both suspenseful and revelatory.
Lea’s narrator, Anson Scott, is an American newspaper reporter embedded Sins of soldiers book the Royal Pennines in In this thought-provoking novel, the first in a planned series, Lea celebrates the heroism of soldiers, not the glory of war.
He draws very well-developed characters that readers will care about, particularly Scott, Alexander, and Tempest. He also effectively captures the mundanity of daily life in a military : S. Hardman Lea. The Sins of Soldiers Written by S.
Hardman-Lea Review by Richard Abbott It follows the fortunes of Anson Scott, an American newspaper reporter who has covertly enlisted with a British regiment so as to relay stories back to his editor, from the end of through to the start of the battle of the Somme.
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This is an extremely informative book on a little-known subject and is highly recommended. Journal of America's Military Past. Sons and Soldiers tells the remarkable story of how 2, German-born Jews were able to get crucial intelligence that saved American lives and helped win World War II.
The 'Ritchie Boys’ interrogated German POWs and Brand: HarperCollins US. Sons and Soldiers begins during the menacing rise of Hitler’s Nazi party, as Jewish families were trying des-perately to get out of Europe. Bestselling author Bruce Henderson captures the heartbreaking stories of parents choosing to send their young sons away to uncertain futures in America, perhaps never to see them again.
The book will lead you to reflect on these seven heroes, the Allied soldiers who liberated Europe from the Nazis, the soldiers who lost their lives in Europe, and of course the millions of Jews who lost their lives in the concentration camps/5. The Sins of Soldiers by S J Hardman Lea is the story of an American journalist during the First World War.
Anson Scott has gotten himself enlisted in a British infantry unit in France in the early part of World War One. This plan is simple: he wants to know what it is really like to be a British soldier fighting in France against the Germans/5(40).
"The Sins of Soldiers" is a Foreword INDIES winner in Historical (Adult Fiction). “It was the list of the old sins - lust, greed, anger, laziness, gluttony, and pride.
At least three of those were going to cause trouble. And then, of course, there was the seventh, the most destructive of them all. Envy. We’d come to that. The Sins of Soldiers S.J.
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Fiction Historical Fiction. The Sins of Soldiers is a captivating tale of love, loss and the First World War. It will particularly appeal to those interested in the period and the human impact that occurred as a result of war. It is and the war in France is hot and about to get hotter.
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Best Selling in Fiction & Literature. See all. about this book: In times of war, all stories are possible; all emotions are amplified; all human relationships are more intense.
And never more than in - at the cusp between the past and the modern age, when the pressures of global conflict encourages extremes of behaviour that would have been unthinkable previously. The soldiers are a variety of sins and misdeeds, and the capital sins are the officers who sent them on their nefarious tasks.
With the writings of St. Thomas Aquinas as his guide, best-selling author Kevin Vost tackles the deadly sins one-by-one, showing how they take root in our soul and give birth to offspring — other sinful thoughts and.
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Anson Scott, American news-reporter, embeds himself undercover in the British Army, expecting snobbery, blunder and incompetence but is overwhelmed by extreme.