We here at Chanticleer Reviews have had the honor of reviewing top novels by written by outstanding authors whose stories enlighten, remind, empathize, and creates a better understanding with those who have served in the armed forces. It is our pleasure to share these titles with you.
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Master storyteller, Janet Shawgo, weaves a tale of suspense and terror in her latest novel, Archidamus, a thriller about a man who never forgives and never forgets and the two agents who hunt him.
“Our debt to the heroic men and valiant women in the service of our country can never be repaid. They have earned our undying gratitude. America will never forget their sacrifices.” – President Harry S. Truman. We at Chanticleer Reviews are honored to present four excellent reads that exemplify the honor and courage of the men and women who serve in the U.S. military.
The often-unknown role of women in wartime as travel nurses and pilots, as well as the use of herbs for natural healing, add interesting and relative historical content to this engaging American saga.
Can true love conquer death? What happens when those that die have unfinished business? Is it possible for those that leave to help those still here with their unsettled endings? "Find Me Again" is a story about love that dares to do just that. "Find Me Again" is a mystery, conspiracy theory and an amazing love story that crosses generations---all combined into one amazing read.
A lantern, a medicine pouch, and a bell to stop the gunfire: That was all nurses took into the Civil War battlefields as they sought out injured men, boys, and women disguised as men. Among them is Sarah Bowen, a young healer from Georgia, whose use of herbal medicine brings her scorn from most field doctors even as it saves countless lives...What the reader gains is an understanding not only of the medicinal uses of native plants, but of the women’s incredible resourcefulness.