Author Chris Hull’s book “Valentine’s Day at Normandy Beach: Above and Beyond the Call of Duty” is a compilation of letters from the front lines of the Second World War

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Recent release “Valentine’s Day at Normandy Beach: Above and Beyond the Call of Duty” from Page Publishing author Chris Hull is a compelling portrait of a soldier and exemplary member of America’s “greatest generation”, gleaned from the evocative letters sent between Second Lieutenant David Valentine Hull, 314th Infantry Regiment, 79th Division, and the family members he left behind as he moved from Officer Training School to the trenches of the European front in World War II.

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Chris Hull is a graduate of Chattanooga State Community College, the University of Tennessee, and the University of the South School of Theology and has served in ministry giving love and attention to hospital and nursing home patients in their final stages of life. He has published his new book “Valentine’s Day at Normandy Beach: Above and Beyond the Call of Duty” which is a vivid first-hand account of daily life for a soldier fighting the Nazis in specific combat situations in the Second World War.

The author shares, “This book—its letters—represents my father’s view of D-day and his missions, typed in many cases from a foxhole. David Valentine Hull earned his undergraduate degree from Brown University. He was instrumental in the construction of Saint David’s, an episcopal church in Cranston, Rhode Island. A treasurer for the Victor Ring Traveler Co. in Providence, Rhode Island—David Hull was a crackerjack individual who earned, among other medals, a silver star and three bronze stars. He met the Nazis where they were and contributed to their ultimate demise. This collection of letters gives one a taste of World War II, a glimpse of the nature of a soldier in those times, and a glimpse into what makes America great.”

Published by Page Publishing, Chris Hull’s engrossing book is a collection of letters written by David Valentine Hull that paints a picture of war as clear as the stroke of an artist’s brush in a painting, expressing the texture of battle, its depth, colors, and hues in its words, sentences, and paragraphs.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Valentine’s Day at Normandy Beach: Above and Beyond the Call of Duty” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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