The Woman at the Front

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Berkley Books
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5.54 X 8.25 X 1.0 inches | 0.78 pounds

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About the Author

Lecia Cornwall, acclaimed author of numerous historical romance novels, lives and writes in the beautiful foothills of the Canadian Rockies with four cats and a wild and crazy ninety-pound chocolate Lab named Andy. She has two grown children and one very patient husband. When she is not writing, Lecia is a dedicated volunteer at the Museum of the Highwood in High River, Alberta. The Woman at the Front is her first novel of historical women's fiction.


An adventurous woman ahead of her time...a fascinating historical novel."--Natasha Lester, New York Times bestselling author

"A uniquely female perspective of World War I...a beautiful, touching, romantic women's fiction novel that is sure to delight fans of Outlander and Downton Abbey."--Lori Nelson Spielman, New York Times bestselling author

Realistic and emotionally engaging, you'll believe every word.--Toronto Star

An absorbing and immersive portrait of a woman whose courage, determination, and resolve would be exceptional in any age--but forged in the crucible of the Great War, tested again and again by a society riven by change, Dr. Eleanor Atherton is a heroine I will not soon forget....--Jennifer Robson, USA Today bestselling author

"A riveting tale of medicine, courage, and grace under fire during the Great War...Compulsively readable!--Stephanie Marie Thornton, USA Today bestselling author

Cornwall's realistic depiction of the battlefield horrors is enhanced by her magnetic, multidimensional characters. This emotionally charged novel delivers the goods.--Publishers Weekly

Meticulously researched and deeply emotional--Cornwall has a gift for bringing history to life.--Christine Wells, author of Sisters of the Resistance

Cornwall's book is a spellbinding read. The gritty descriptions of the makeshift hospitals in the midst of battle ring true, and the dialog is pitch-perfect."--Historical Novels Review