In My Wildest Dreams. Waiting for. The day. Leslie Thomas. who dropped over France on D-Day. Sixty years have gone by since the D-Day invasion of northern France by Allied forces in the Second World War.
In My Wildest Dreams. This story is for everyone who remembers those times and everyone who may want to know about them.
Waiting For The Day book. Leslie Thomas will, in most people's minds, be forever associated with the slightly bawdy Virgin Soldiers novels, and the even bawdier "Tropic of Ruislip". Britain is gripped by intense cold and in the. Whilst these were all great reads, they don't begin to do the Newport born author justice. He wrote beautifully about his childhood memories, and drew heavily on his wartime observations as a youngster - and "Waiting for the Day" is one of the fruits of that particularly fertile part of his imagination.
Waiting for the Day Hardcover – 6 Nov 2003. by Leslie Thomas (Author). Author biographyBorn in Newport, Monmouthshire, 1931, Leslie Thomas is the son of a sailor who was lost of sea in 1943. His boyhood in an orphanage is evoked in This Time Next Week published in 1964. At sixteen, he became a reporter, before going on to do his national service. He won worldwide acclaim with his bestselling novel The Virgin Soldiers, which has achieved international sales of over two million copies. Waiting for the Day is his twenty-eighth novel.
Waiting For The Day Paperback – 5 Apr 2011. It is six months before D-Day and the battle to liberate Nazi-occupied Europe. RAF officer Paget is heading home for Christmas, back to the resurrection of a passion he thought was long over
Waiting For The Day Paperback – 5 Apr 2011. RAF officer Paget is heading home for Christmas, back to the resurrection of a passion he thought was long over. In a freezing hut on Salisbury Plain, Sergeant Harris is training his troops for landing on the shores of Normandy, but his mind is occupied by thoughts of just how his young wife is coping with his absence. Lieutenant Miller has arrived at an all-but-derelict mansion in Somerset where his American division has set up its headquarters.
Britain is gripped by intense cold and in the darkest days of the war. RAF officer Martin Paget is returning home for Christmas He has been on covert operations in France and knows he has to return there. While in England, he rediscovers a passion that he thought was long over. In a freezing hut on Salisbury Plain, Sergeant Harris's mind is occupied by questions of just how his young and ebullient wife is coping with their separation.
Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780099457190. Release Date: January 2004. Publisher: Arrow Books.
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