Mrs. Witherspoon Goes to War: Volume 4

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5.5 X 8.3 X 0.8 inches | 0.6 pounds

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About the Author

Mary Davis is a wisdom seeker, spiritual teacher, visionary, graphic artist and mystic entrepreneur. Her wallpaper app, Every Day Spirit Lock Screens, brings a little love, beauty and inspiration to phones around the world. Mary received her BSN from Georgetown University's School of Nursing, after which she spent many fun years as a musician, songwriter, producer, piano teacher and yoga instructor. She completed her Compassionate Bereavement Counseling certification in 2017 and works with parents who have lost children and in hospice care. She has a house by the sea and lives a contemplative life in harmony with nature.


"Wartime creates heroes in unlikely ways. When three dedicated WASPs go wheels-up on a covert rescue mission, what could go wrong? Plenty. But in Mary Davis's typical style, with prayer and gumption beneath their wings, Mrs. Witherspoon and her cohorts will see it through."
--Kristen Heitzmann, bestselling and Christy Award-Winning author of numerous books, including Secrets and The Breath of Dawn

"If you're looking for a WWII story where troops are storming Normandy, world leaders are contemplating their nuclear options, or paradise is decimated, look elsewhere. Mrs. Witherspoon Goes to War shows the softer-yet just as powerful-depiction of that time in history we must never forget. Mary Davis does a spectacular job telling the women's story, the WASP, the Women Airforce Service Pilots. We follow a soldier with a mother's heart, who puts soccer moms to shame as she strives to take matters in her own hands and win the war, one POW at a time."
--Kathleen E. Kovach, award-winning author of Titanic: Legacy of Betrayal

"Mrs. Witherspoon Goes to War is a fun adventure. It really gives the feel of being a female pilot in WWII."
--Suzanne Norquist, author of A Song for Rose and Mending Sarah's Heart.

"...I love this story... I appreciated the detail about the planes that to me balances important information with avoiding the glazed-eye effect on non-aviation enthusiasts."--Becky Durost Fish, freelance editor