The true story of nearly 1800 daily letters written between 1943 and 1945 by two young lovers torn apart by World War II. A daily conversation that could not be duplicated in any other form that had lasting effects on them and their children. Letters were written in Brooklyn NY, California, the Aleutians, and in the South Pacific, all detailing daily life in the city and in the Navy CB's.
|Publisher:||William H. Woodroffe|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||321 KB|
About the Author
William H. Woodroffe (III) is the son of the writers of the letters. Nearing his own retirement he wonders about the letters locked away in a trunk in the basement. After two years of reading he discovers they are like a time machine that took him back to his parents youth. Mr. Woodroffe writes short stories and is an avid sailor, living with his wife on a 47' sailboat in New York.
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