In honor of Read an eBook Week, author Jean Sheldon is making a copy of The Woman in the Wing available for free this week vs. the regular price of $3.99; you can pick up the free copy at the Smashwords website, just be sure to enter the couple code “RE100” (without the quotes) at checkout.
You can click here to pick up your free copy, or type in http://tinyurl.com/4fwo9n9 into your computer’s web browser to download it to your computer first: just be sure to choose the “Kindle (.mobi)” version! Once you download it to your computer, you will need to transfer it to your Kindle, and you can click here to read my free guide on how to transfer content to your computer. This is the same guide I charge 99 cents for in the Amazon Kindle store, but you get it for free.
Here is the book’s description from the Smashwords website:
A historical mystery that takes place in a defense plant. Although fictional, the well-researched book offers a glimpse into the lives of women who served at home during World War II, Rosie the Riveters, and sheds some light on the seldom told stories of the women who ferried military planes from plants to air bases around the country—Women Airforce Service Pilots—WASP.
In July 1944 A member of the Women Airforce Service Pilots struggles to land her A-24 dive bomber whose engine suddenly burst into flames. A week later another pilot’s life is threatened when the rudder cables of a BT-13 training plane snap mid flight. The plane goes into a deadly spin and she prepares to jump, only to discover her canopy is jammed. Are these accidents the result of sabotage or mechanical failure? The work of Nazi sympathizers or washed out US Army pilots?
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