Maggie Hogan, war correspondent
The Making of Perfect Soldiers is Phil Pisani’s exciting sequel to the successful Maggie’s Wars.
Maggie Hogan is confused and dazed about the news of her lover Johnny Pero’s death. Her response is to delve back into her work as a war correspondent, looking for some kind of answer. As war breaks out in Korea, she must follow the soldiers into bloody battles and do her job. But she is a woman in a man’s world. She bravely fights for her own survival in conflict and tries to overcome the obstacles she faces. But as a female war correspondent, she is not readily accepted by the soldiers she is reporting on. Her stories are blocked by censorship and Maggie is shocked by unexpected, astounding events.
However, she slowly fights her way to success, and in the end gains the notoriety she so ambitiously wanted. But, it is not enough. Dispatched to wars on new fronts, she finds herself a war correspondent in the ravaged streets of Budapest during the Hungarian Revolution and later having to witness the beginning confusion and bloodshed in Vietnam.
Maggie Hogan is determined to tell the truth of her past stories, while still wrestling with her personal life and the feelings of love she cannot control. But this is war, and Maggie must make hard choices, choices that could place her in more danger and pit her against greater foes.
Maggie is a woman who does not give up, no matter what or who tries blocking her way.
In this exciting sequel to Maggie’s Wars, Phil Pisani hits the target yet again.
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