Flying Angels: A Novel by Danielle Steel
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What buyers say about Flying Angels: A Novel by Danielle Steel
The book was not what my wife and mother were used to reading, and it proved that I don't like WWII historical fiction because there are too many true stories from the Greatest Generation to be told.
After the death of their mother, both ladies join the Army and begin their new careers as flight nurses, but Alex, who is from a wealthy family, decided to join the elite Medical Air Evacuation Transport Squadron.
Danielle Steele is a great author and I love to read her books about strong independent women during the Second World War. The story of the Flying Angels is an amazing one and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
Danielle Steel wrote a book about six women who were members of the Army Air Force Nurse Squadron, Medical Air Transport Evacuation section, who were sent overseas to help evacuate the wounded from the front.
Steel did a good job of giving lots of details and background information on each of the women and then summed up the whole thing in a way that was easy to understand.