When She Came Home by Drusilla Campbell

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Frankie Byrne Tennyson stunned everyone when she decided to enlist in the U.S. Marine Corps. Now-after bravely serving her country in Iraq-she's finally come home. Home to a husband whose lingering feelings of abandonment make her wonder if their lives can ever be the same. Home to a daughter whose painful encounters with bullies can only be healed by a mother's love. And home to a father who still can't accept his daughter's decision to serve in spite of his own stellar career as a brigadier general. But the most difficult part about coming home lies within Frankie herself. To save everything she holds dear, she must face the toughest battle of her life . . .

A moving portrait of a modern American family, WHEN SHE CAME HOME reminds us that some things-honor, acceptance, and, above all, love-are truly worth fighting for.

About Drusilla Campbell

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Drusilla Campbell is the author of five critically acclaimed novels imcluding Wildwood, The Edge of Sky, and Blood Orange. Before she started school she had crossed the Pacific Ocean three times. In her twenties she lived in Europe and Central America. Today she's happy to stay at home in San Diego with her husband, the attorney and poet Art Campbell, two rescued dogs, and three horses. Learn more at: DrusillaCampbell.com Twitter, @DrusillaWrites Facebook.com/DrusillaWrites
Published April 9, 2013 by Grand Central Publishing. 328 pages
Genres: War, Literature & Fiction, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Fiction

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WHEN SHE CAME HOME will be of special relevance to military women and their loved ones, but, just as importantly, to all of us who seek insight into the serious issues that such families face."

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