"Thesis Trouble" - WWII Soldiers Fight Over History's War of the Roses
By: Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co, LLC
Childhood sweethearts George and Mary Stewart get married prior to World War II and both contribute to the war effort. George joins the Army, York and Lancaster Regiment, while Mary works in an ammunition factory in Yorkshire.
Sir Robert Black is a captain in George's York and Lancaster Regiment. When hostilities break out in Salerno, where both George and Robert are stationed, their paths cross and old scores need to be settled, which include historical debates, including the character of Richard III and the War of the Roses.
As for George: "History was the subject that ran in the Stewart family, as their forefathers were renowned historians and George was just carrying on a tradition. The mediaeval period was his forte and he gave talks and entered debates about certain events during mediaeval times on which he was an expert."
Years later, George and Mary's son David participates in a university debate against Sir Robert Black's students, who are highly favored in the contest. Who will win?
About the Author: Leslie Lumb grew up in Dundee, Scotland. The fourth largest city in Scotland, Winston Churchill was an MP there. "I worked with Dundee Council and am now retired over 10 years. I do voluntary work onboard HMS Unicorn, a 46-gun frigate built in the early 19th century. I also attend a creative writing group in Dundee." He has written two plays and this is his second book. His first novella was "Life Under Four Monarchs" (2012).
"This highly entertaining book sheds a light on British history from an unusual angle. We are proud to announce its release," said Robert Fletcher, CEO of Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Agency.
THESIS TROUBLE (ISBN: 978-1-951530-