It's been over a year since Dena Caulter moved to California and enrolled in Stanford University. The 1940 fall semester brings continuous talk of war and politics. A romantic aura settles on the war effort, enticing many young men and women to enlist. Suddenly, the whispered conversations in Stanford's hallowed halls about those enlisted, those leaving for Europe, those who have died in combatthose names are familiar to Dena. No longer are they faceless strangers. They are acquaintances, friends, even family. The encroaching war also causes revisions in Howard Hughes' programs, which brings many engineers, among them Clay Brewster, back to the West Coast and Stanford U. Happy to have such a handsome distraction, Dena embraces his company. After a whirlwind romance and quick elopement, Dena and Clay settle into their new life. That is, until Clay receives enlistment papers from the Royal Air Force in England. Clay will get to fly, his life's passion, but he's taking Dena's heart with him. Deprived of the fleeting stability in her marriage and her beloved husband, Dena turns to God for peace. Yet when tragedy strikes, will she be able to hold onto her faith? Will she remember what her daddy always says, 'If in doubt...believe, girl, just believe'?
'If In Doubt...Believe is a book that puts you right in the war as you read it...
I could not put it down! It made me thankful for the men and women who serve in the armed forces.'
Tammy Hannold, Headstart Teacher
Niagra Falls, New York
'If In Doubt...Believe is a continuing tale that comes alive due to the characters, the vivid word pictures, and its many historic facts scattered throughout...'
Alta Rogers, Author
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