Mrs. Witherspoon Goes to War
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Mrs. Witherspoon Goes to War  -     By: Mary Davis

Mrs. Witherspoon Goes to War

Barbour Fiction / 2022 / Paperback

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Peggy Witherspoon, a widow, mother, and pilot flying for the Women’s Airforce Service in 1944 clashes with her new reporting officer. Army Air Corp Major Howie Berg was injured in combat and is now stationed at Bolling Field in Washington D.C. Most of Peggy’s jobs are safe, predictable, and she can be home each night with her three daughters. Will Peggy go against orders to help the men—even risk her own life?

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Title: Mrs. Witherspoon Goes to War
By: Mary Davis
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Barbour Fiction
Publication Date: 2022
Dimensions: 8.375 X 5.5 (inches)
Weight: 8 ounces
ISBN: 1636091563
ISBN-13: 9781636091563
Series: Heroines of WWII
Stock No: WW091563

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A WASP Goes Above the Call of Duty to Free Captive American Soldiers
 
Full of intrigue, adventure, and romance, this new series celebrates the unsung heroes—the heroines of WWII.
 
Peggy Witherspoon, a widow, mother, and pilot flying for the Women’s Airforce Service in 1944 clashes with her new reporting officer. Army Air Corp Major Howie Berg was injured in combat and is now stationed at Bolling Field in Washington D.C. Most of Peggy’s jobs are safe, predictable, and she can be home each night with her three daughters—until a cargo run to Cuba alerts her to American soldiers being held captive there, despite Cuba being an "ally." Will Peggy go against orders to help the men—even risk her own life?

ⷋDon’t miss these other stories about Heroines of WWII:
The Cryptographer’s Dilemma by Johnnie Alexander
Picture of Hope by Liz Tolsma
Saving Mrs. Roosevelt by Candice Sue Patterson
 

Author Bio

MARY DAVIS is a bestselling, award-winning author of over thirty titles in both historical and contemporary themes. She has been in numerous compilations and collections. Stories and characters have been running around in her head for as long as she can remember. Her published works have been on Publisher’s Weekly bestselling lists several times. Some of her works include her award-winning Quilting Circle series and Newlywed Games.

An empty-nester, Mary lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband of over thirty-seven years and a black Norwegian Forest cat. She has three adult children and three incredibly adorable grandchildren. She enjoys playing board and card games, rain, and cats. She would enjoy gardening if she didn’t have a black thumb. Her hobbies include quilting, porcelain doll making, sewing, crafts, crocheting, knitting, and papercrafts.

Editorial Reviews

"Wartime creates heroes in unlikely ways. When three dedicated WASPs go wheels-up on a covert rescue mission, what could go wrong? Plenty. But in Mary Davis’s typical style, with prayer and gumption beneath their wings, Mrs. Witherspoon and her cohorts will see it through."
—Kristen Heitzmann, bestselling and Christy Award-Winning author of numerous books, including Secrets and The Breath of Dawn

"If you're looking for a WWII story where troops are storming Normandy, world leaders are contemplating their nuclear options, or paradise is decimated, look elsewhere. Mrs. Witherspoon Goes to War shows the softer-yet just as powerful-depiction of that time in history we must never forget. Mary Davis does a spectacular job telling the women’s story, the WASP, the Women Airforce Service Pilots. We follow a soldier with a mother's heart, who puts soccer moms to shame as she strives to take matters in her own hands and win the war, one POW at a time."
—Kathleen E. Kovach, award-winning author of Titanic: Legacy of Betrayal

"Mrs. Witherspoon Goes to War is a fun adventure. It really gives the feel of being a female pilot in WWII."
—Suzanne Norquist, author of A Song for Rose and Mending Sarah’s Heart.
 

 "…I love this story… I appreciated the detail about the planes that to me balances important information with avoiding the glazed-eye effect on non-aviation enthusiasts."—Becky Durost Fish, freelance editor

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