I wrote this book so that others can know of the supreme sacrifices that have been made that they (we) might walk freely and independently in our own country.
SEAL BEACH, Calif. (PRWEB) June 19, 2013
In “Searching for Friday's Child” (published by Trafford Publishing), author Marjorie Irish Randell’s historical biography which is getting a new marketing push, readers watch as the life of a heroic, young soldier is laid out in full through an assortment of collected letters, telegrams, the words of his close friends and those of his sister, the author.
“Searching for Friday’s Child” tells the story of the life of one of the thousands of young men who lost their lives in World War II, told from the day of his birth to his death and sharing with the world the feelings of closeness of his family and the profound effect his death had upon all who knew him.
“I wrote this book so that others can know of the supreme sacrifices that have been made that they (we) might walk freely and independently in our own country.”
With the United States currently fighting the War on Terror, Randell sees history repeating itself. She hopes that by offering the example of how people dealt with the pressure of World War II, she can find better methods of dealing with the pressures of war and loss today.
“Searching for Friday's Child”
By Marjorie Irish Randell
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 368 pages | ISBN 9 781553694953
E-Book | 368 pages | ISBN 9 781412247498
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Marjorie Irish Randell was born and raised on a farm in western Michigan in the prewar years of the Depression. Her first year in college was marked with extra English courses and creative writing classes at the YWCA. World War II halted her education and found her enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps Women's Reserve. She married newly-commissioned Army Air Corps pilot Edward Randell in 1943 and raised four sons with him. Presently, she lives in Seal Beach, California and has just completed a new contemporary novel.
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