A fantastic review by Sally Cronin on the precious new book by Joy Neal Kidney – WWII, history – Leora’s Letters

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Smorgasbord Posts from my Archives – Previous Reviews from 2022 – #WWII #Family – Leora’s Letters by Joy Neal Kidney

During this series I will be sharing my reviews for books I posted during 2022

Good books deserve to be showcased on a regular basis and I hope that it might entice you to either move the books up your groaning TBR’s or add the books to its burden!

Delighted to reshare my review from August 2022 for the poignant family story Leora’s Letters by Joy Neal Kidney.

About the book

The day the second atomic bomb was dropped, Clabe and Leora Wilson’s postman brought a telegram to their acreage near Perry, Iowa. One son was already in the U.S. Navy before Pearl Harbor had been attacked. Four more sons worked with their father, tenant farmers near Minburn until, one by one, all five sons were serving their country in the military. The oldest son re-enlisted in the Navy. The younger three became U.S. Army Air Force pilots.

Read here the great review done by Sally …