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Each Changing Place : A Story of Detroit, Michigan During World War Two
by R. A. Redmond




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This is a work of fiction inspired by what people experienced.

During the Second World War, American men are away fighting, and horrendous battle casualties are reported every day. The war years are stressful and depressing for everyone, as the cruel fighting continues on and on.

The Maxwell family in Detroit, Michigan experience a Christmas of both excitement and tragedy. They hope for a respite from the war, and extend invitations to two Royal Air Force navigators training in nearby Ontario, Canada, to join them for Christmas of 1943. The young Englishmen are polite, appreciative, and accept with enthusiasm.

All is well until one of them soon begins a torrid love aff air with the Maxwell's restless married sister-inlaw. Things go from bad to worse, when more serious trouble follows.

The Englishmen return to fi ghting the war in Europe, leaving memories and heartbreak behind. What follows is startling, as the sorrow of a doomed wartime romance lingers for lifetimes afterwards.

The lives of everyone involved are forever changed, in many ways, in each changing place.

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Overview

This is a work of fiction inspired by what people experienced.

During the Second World War, American men are away fighting, and horrendous battle casualties are reported every day. The war years are stressful and depressing for everyone, as the cruel fighting continues on and on.

The Maxwell family in Detroit, Michigan experience a Christmas of both excitement and tragedy. They hope for a respite from the war, and extend invitations to two Royal Air Force navigators training in nearby Ontario, Canada, to join them for Christmas of 1943. The young Englishmen are polite, appreciative, and accept with enthusiasm.

All is well until one of them soon begins a torrid love aff air with the Maxwell's restless married sister-inlaw. Things go from bad to worse, when more serious trouble follows.

The Englishmen return to fi ghting the war in Europe, leaving memories and heartbreak behind. What follows is startling, as the sorrow of a doomed wartime romance lingers for lifetimes afterwards.

The lives of everyone involved are forever changed, in many ways, in each changing place.


 

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  • ISBN-13: 9781532001802
  • ISBN-10: 1532001800
  • Publisher: iUniverse
  • Publish Date: July 2016
  • Page Count: 110
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.26 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.38 pounds


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