A Soldier's Last Mission: A fallen soldier reaches out from beyond the grave to save his son's life.

A Soldier's Last Mission: A fallen soldier reaches out from beyond the grave to save his son's life.

by Marie LeClaire

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Overview

A mysterious yard sale sends a Vietnam vet on a mission to save his counterpart, a vet from the Afghanistan war. When Marybeth, a secondhand shop owner, acquires an old army helmet and some love letters at a mysterious yard sale hosted by a ghost, she doesn't know where to start. Visions of a young soldier's departure for war are seared into her brain. The soldier's plea to "save my son's life" swirl in her head. At the same time Marybeth's boyfriend, Josh, gets a cryptic message from his deceased mother, and drives the four hours from Connecticut to Pennsylvania to check in on her. Together they begin to unravel the mystery set in motion by the yard sale. When they enlist the help of her father, Sean, a Vietnam vet, they find themselves way out of their league. Sean realizes the helmet is his, swapped with another soldier in combat forty years ago. He's been gripped with guilt for years. The other soldier did not survive the battle. As he touches the helmet, he also hears the soldier's plea, "save my son's life" and immediately calls in reinforcements, his VA buddies. The whole crew embarks on a mission to save a recently retired soldier from himself. But it won't be easy. First they have to find him.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781722913014
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/10/2018
Pages: 212
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.48(d)

About the Author

Marie LeClaire has spent the past thirty years as a mental health counselor encouraging others to look beyond our sometimes-limited perspective and see a bigger picture of what influences our lives and guides our behavior. She has been writing novels and short stories for the past five years. She still does a little counseling part time, but her love now is purely fiction - sort of. After all, art imitates life, doesn't it? After wandering around much of her adult life, she currently calls Worcester, MA home.

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