3 Readers' Favorite Reviews all give "Moral Fibre" 5-Stars
"The story moves from the high drama of aerial combat, complicated assignments to dangerous missions, and evolving professional relationships, to the equally high drama of falling in love, family entanglements, and a mysterious family history."
"The action is constant, the tension palpable, and the outcomes never predictable."
"...a tantalizing, completely comprehensible tale of human frailty and strengths that blend into a unique experience for her readers."
"Moral Fibre is brilliantly crafted in its delicate treatment of an
evolving relationship, based first on tragedy for both Kit and Georgina...."
"The style of the narrative beautifully combines a sweet, romantic love affair, amidst the horrors of war, coupled with a detailed narrative of life aboard a Lancaster bomber."
they took the war to Hitler.
Their chances of survival were less than fifty percent.
Their average age was 21.
This is the story of just one bomber pilot, his crew and the woman he loved.
It is intended as a tribute to them all.
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Disfiguring injuries, class prejudice and PTSD are the focus of three heart-wrenching tales set in WWII by award-winning novelist Helena P. Schrader. Find out more at: https://crossseaspress.com/grounded-eagles
"Where Eagles Never Flew" was the the winner of a Hemingway Award for 20th Century Wartime Fiction and a Maincrest Media Award for Military Fiction. Find out more at: https://crossseaspress.com/where-eagles-never-flew
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