Flying Angels: A Novel (Random House Large Print)
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What buyers say about Flying Angels: A Novel (Random House Large Print)
It was not what my wife and mother warned me about, it was what I was used to reading, and there were too many true stories from the Greatest Generation to be told.
After the death of their mother, both ladies join the Army and go on to become flight nurses, but Alex, who is from a wealthy family, also 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.
Danielle Steel wrote a wonderful story 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.
At times it is heartbreaking, but there is hope and joy in the lives of others as no one is spared the losses felt and experience during the war.