The Wartime Sisters (by Lynda Cohen Loigman) … as much as historical fiction as a tale of family drama

As a WWII farn, I looked forward to reading this book.  However, this was more than a historical fiction story.  This was as much, if not more than, a tale of family drama.  The characters are well developed and it was interesting to see how the way the sisters were treated by their parents helped them grow into the adults they became.  The history of the Armory in Springfield in the 1940s was a bonus to the story of Ruth and Milllie.

Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press/MacMillan for my advanced review copy.  All opinions and thoughts are my own.

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