Row, Row, Row Your Boat
A memoir by the wife of Rear Admiral James B. Linder tells of her efforts to handle the demands of their Navy life during difficult times, such as the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and the threat of a Chinese Communist invasion of Taipei, providing a glimpse of the challenges faced by Navy wives.
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