Letters in wartime
"A celebration. Not of war, but of ordinary people's courage. Not of death, but of life and love."-Ottawa Citizen During World War II, Allan, a young RCAF pilot, and Moira, an auxiliary worker at the Blatchford Field in Edmonton, try desperately to maintain their long-distance relationship. But is the printed word enough to keep love alive in a world turned upside down?
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