A Woman's Place

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Bethany House Publishers, 2006 - Fiction - 639 pages
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They watched their sons, their brothers, and their husbands enlist to fight a growing menace across the seas. And when their nation asked, they answered the call as well. Virginia longs to find a purpose beyond others??? expectations. Helen is driven by a loneliness money can???t fulfill. Rosa is desperate to flee her in-laws??? rules. Jean hopes to prove herself in a man??'s world. Under the storm clouds of destruction that threaten America during the early 1940s, this unlikely gathering of women will experience life in sometimes starling new ways as their beliefs are challenged and they struggle toward a new understanding of what love and sacrifice truly mean.

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User Review  - judyg54 - LibraryThing

A well written story about 4 different women who find themselves working together to help build ships for WWII in the 1940's. It gave a realistic view of the culture and the struggles that people from ... Read full review

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User Review  - mom2acat - LibraryThing

In this story, four very different women become friends during World War II as they work together helping to build ships in a small town in Michigan. Helen is 50 year old school teacher from a wealthy ... Read full review


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