A Few Good Women by Inga Fredriksen Ferris
Memoirs of a World War II Marine

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”I affixed the emblem on my hat and put it on. When I glanced in the mirror, to my surprise, a Woman Marine reflected back at me. And she was wearing my face.""
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""A candid, often graphic, personal account that provides a long-overdue salute to the valiant, innovative women who served their country well.""
Ted Fuller, columnist and author of ""Seniors Need 12 Hugs a Day""
""For me, this book was a step back in time, an honest, vivid account of what life was like for Women Marines who served in World War II. The fast-paced dialogue with clear verbal expressions make for a quick and enjoyable read.""
Virginia Allred, USMCWR WWII
Past National President, Women Marines Association
""As a former High School Teacher of Compository English, I give it an A+. 'A Few Good Women' is most interesting, and extremely well written.""
John Egan, USMC, Pearl Harbor survivor

About Inga Fredriksen Ferris

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Published December 31, 2002 by Xlibris. 338 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, War, History. Non-fiction

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