The Plum Blooms in Winter : Inspired by a Gripping True Story from World War II's Daring Doolittle Raid
by Linda Thompson


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A Prostitute Seeks Her Revenge --In 1942, Miyako Matsuura cradled her little brother as he died on the sidewalk, a victim of the first U.S. bombing raid on Japan. By 1948, the war has reduced her to a street-hardened prostitute consumed by her shame.  Read more...


 
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A Prostitute Seeks Her Revenge--In 1942, Miyako Matsuura cradled her little brother as he died on the sidewalk, a victim of the first U.S. bombing raid on Japan. By 1948, the war has reduced her to a street-hardened prostitute consumed by her shame.

A WWII Hero Finds His True Mission--Dave Delham makes military aviation history piloting a B-25 in the audacious Doolittle Raid. Forced to bail out over occupied China, he and his crew are captured by the Japanese and survive a harrowing P.O.W. ordeal. In 1948, he returns to Japan as a Christian missionary, determined to showcase Christ's forgiveness.

Convinced that Delham was responsible for the bomb that snuffed out her brother's life, Miyako resolves to restore her honor by avenging him--even if it costs her own life. But the huntress soon becomes hunted in Osaka's treacherous underworld. Miyako must outmaneuver a ruthless brothel owner, outwit gangs with competing plans to profit by her, and overcome betrayal by family and friends--only to confront a decision that will change everything.



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  • ISBN-13: 9781943959488
  • ISBN-10: 194395948X
  • Publisher: Mountain Brook Ink
  • Publish Date: November 2018
  • Page Count: 362
  • Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.81 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.01 pounds

Series: Brands from the Burning #1

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Books > Fiction > Historical - World War II
Books > Fiction > Christian - Historical

 
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