Duty and Dishonor

Duty and Dishonor

by Merline Lovelace

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Overview

Julia Endicott has gone from Army brat to Air Force colonel. She's on track to make general when she's summoned to the Pentagon and relieved of duty on suspicion of murder. A MIA pilot's remains have just been found - along with Julia's service pistol and the St Christopher medal she always wore. Now she must unearth the dangerous secrets of her past, buried passions, and the terrible truth that could save her honor--and her very life!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940011819889
Publisher: Merline Lovelace
Publication date: 10/08/2010
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 540,440
File size: 201 KB

About the Author

A retired Air Force officer, Merline Lovelace served at bases all over the world, including tours in Taiwan, Vietnam, and at the Pentagon. When she hung up her uniform for the last time, she decided to combine her love of adventure with a flare for storytelling, basing many of her tales on her experiences in the service.

Since then, she’s produced more than eighty action-packed novels, many of which have made USA Today bestseller lists. Over eleven million copies of her works are in print in 30 countries. Named Oklahoma’s Writer of the Year and the Oklahoma Female Veteran of the Year, Merline is also a recipient of Romance Writers of America’s prestigious Rita Award.

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Duty and Dishonor 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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The murder mystery was gripping and the flashbacks to the war in Vietnam in 1972 were so realistic that I'm guessing that Lovelace was actually there. Or else she did her homework. Update: I just checked out her bio and she was there in 1972. That explains why it felt so authentic.However, there wasn't quite enough romance in DAD to please me since it focused more on the murder mystery. The romance only came into play in the last 1/4 of the book although it was well done with some nice love scenes. The first half of the book was mainly devoted to flashbacks to Vietnam with little time spent in the present. The H/H fell into bed rather too quickly after that and I didn't get the sense that they were that attracted to each other, then, wham, they're in bed together. Could have had a bit more getting to know each other.Despite the negatives I mentioned above, I did enjoy it. The mystery aspect was so well done that I had a hard time putting it down. And it had just enough romance to be passable. (Grade: B)