Hell on the Homefront

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Xlibris Corporation, 2012 - Family & Relationships - 134 pages
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This book was written for all the soldiers and their spouses. There is no limit of respect that the author has for the men and women who wear the uniform, and for their spouses. No one knows what goes on in the home once the spouse has been deployed. Hell On The Homefront is a look into that life, the ups and downs of a military wife. From the illness and death of her mother, to the everyday fear she faces that her husband will not return from war, is portrayed in this book. This military wife shows what a spouse can and does endure when faced with adversity and grief. It takes a special kind of woman to be a military wife. Either you love it or you hate it, and this military wife proves she loves it. Read how everything that could go wrong, did go wrong for this Army wife, yet she endured, and wishes to dedicate this book to all the other spouses who have endured Hell On The Homefront.

 

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Contents

Chapter 1
11
Chapter 2
17
Chapter 3
21
Chapter 4
25
Chapter 5
28
Chapter 6
31
Chapter 7
34
Chapter 8
37
Chapter 18
72
Chapter 19
75
Chapter 20
78
Chapter 21
82
Chapter 22
87
Chapter 23
91
Chapter 24
96
Chapter 25
99

Chapter 9
40
Chapter 10
43
Chapter 11
46
Chapter 12
51
Chapter 13
54
Chapter 14
57
Chapter 15
60
Chapter 16
65
Chapter 17
67
Chapter 26
102
Chapter 27
105
Chapter 28
109
Chapter 29
113
Chapter 30
118
Chapter 31
126
Chapter 32
130
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