FRAN and MARGE LETTERS

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DAVID NORTHROP, May 21, 2009 - 422 pages
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Its Wartime 1940, for two people Fran & Marge, threw their words they begin a life together. Fran, a radio-man in the military, and Marge, a young woman who is finding her independence in life, is separated by miles. Love in their hearts, time tested virtues, and desires inflamed by distance, both discover the joys and anguish of getting to know each in solitude and fondness of the heart. Hoping the brief moments they have to see each other will be enough for them to keep it going. She wants to please him and be ready for him when he returns. Fran's shows a glimpse of his daily life, threw his words and photos in Egypt, India, and China. He wants a normal life with the woman who he desires to risks his heart and bet on love. Love for each other is so powerful takes darkest days of war to show it.
 

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Contents

Apart for the First Time
59
Off to Yuma
73
Another Move 106
106
Hard Work Waiting at Home127
127
Fun in the Mountains 155
155
Were Married 221
181
A Visit Together 236
196
Preparing for Overseas 251
211
China at Last 270
10
Here Comes Baby
20
Almost Time to Come Home 345
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