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Red Cross Girls on the French Firing Line

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"Red Cross Girls on the French Firing Line" is a captivating story that follows a group of brave young women who volunteer as nurses during World War I. Author Margaret Vandercook does a wonderful job of bringing to life the challenges and triumphs faced by these dedicated individuals as they work tirelessly to provide care for wounded soldiers on the front lines.

The characters are well-developed and the reader quickly becomes invested in their personal journeys and relationships. Vandercook's vivid descriptions of the wartime setting and the horrors of battle are both compelling and heartbreaking. The bond that forms among the Red Cross Girls as they navigate the dangers and uncertainties of war is truly inspiring.

Overall, "Red Cross Girls on the French Firing Line" is a beautifully written and moving historical novel that sheds light on the often overlooked contributions of women during times of conflict. It is a must-read for anyone interested in this fascinating period of history.

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This is the second in a series of captivating period historic romance and adventure books entitled "The Red Cross Girls." The series trails four American girls who serve as Red Cross nurses during WWI in Europe. This time, Eugenia, a prim and proper New Englander, has a romance with a handsome Frenchman. Will it be a happily-ever after? The sequence of books gives perception into women's changing roles in society, although the progress of change is far from complete.

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