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Women's Company - The Minerva Girls

Women's Company - The Minerva Girls

by Lynne Schall
Women's Company - The Minerva Girls

Women's Company - The Minerva Girls

by Lynne Schall

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Overview

One Army. Three enlisted women. Meet Rebecca, Charlotte, and Dallas in Women's Company – The Minerva Girls. You'll never forget them.



In the late 1960s, women constituted less than two percent of the U.S. Army, and most Americans agreed that was more than enough girls for any man's army. When three young women enlist in the Women's Army Corps (WAC) anyway, they discover life is not quite like the recruiters' spiels, leaving them wondering how to make do. Should they stay and force change or leave and start over elsewhere? Each woman must determine how much she will give up to get where she belongs.



If you like historical fiction and compelling characters, then you'll love this debut novel from Lynne Schall.



Start reading Women's Company – The Minerva Girls today and discover how three good friends navigate in an era when the WAC's battle for acceptance is not over, and the battle for equality has barely started.



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Product Details

BN ID: 2940161511497
Publisher: Lynne Schall
Publication date: 06/27/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 818 KB

About the Author

Lynne Schall served in the U.S. Army and the U.S. Army Reserves in military intelligence for five years between 1969 and 1978. An Army wife, she has lived throughout the United States and in Bangkok, Thailand. That firsthand experience led her to write Women's Company - The Minerva Girls?. If she had it to do all over again, she would--and with background music.




She grew up on the Great Plains in Oklahoma, the setting for the majority of her second novel, Cloud County Persuasion. Not surprisingly, she likes big skies and wide-open country where nothing cuts the light. The Great Plains drew her back after Army life, where she lives today in Kansas. Visit Lynne at her online home at www.lynneschall.com.

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