Today’s the day: my new book, The Lost Soldier, is now available wherever you buy books!
Follow Pete and Ruth Lynn (pictured here with their first daughter) on their World War II ordeal, from the home front to the Huertgen Forest. It’s a story you won’t forget.
Check the upcoming tab for events where you can hear more about The Lost Soldier.
8/5/2018 08:34:01 am
I can't say I can give an impartial review of this book because my dad was a friend of Pete and Ruth, I'm a KM native and I grew up hearing about Pete. Dad worked with Pete at the Margrace, my grandfather was overseer at the mill when Pete worked there and my Uncle Woody is pictured in the wedding party. Daddy is the "friend" pictured on p 26 at Lake Crawford. Bobbie and I were roommates one summer at UNCG and Mickie joined Dad and me on a trip to the mountains as teenagers. My dad kept diaries all his life, and I've enjoyed rereading the ones from 1938-44 to see his references to Pete and what my dad was doing at that time. He also expected to be drafted at the same time as Pete. I will finish the book today and have a much clearer picture of the war and that time period on the mill village. I have a picture somewhere of my parents and Pete and Ruth in my dad's convertible before the war. The book really answered questions I had about Pete and Ruth.....my dad would have loved this book. He enjoyed reading until he died in 2002. SP
8/5/2018 07:07:33 pm
Thank you for your comment, Scotty Price! I would love to talk with you. Please contact me via the Contact form at Hartleybooks.com. Thank you again!
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