This 2008 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award semifinalist is a story of
unexpected women's friendship
when their husbands attend Armor Officers Basic at Ft Knox,
Kentucky, in the Spring of 1970
right after the Kent State shootings..
"Mrs. Lieutenant was a wonderful way for me to connect with what my
daughter's going through - congratulations on capturing the
intensity of that experience with such great characters!"
Bob Niemack, father of a daughter married to a brigade surgeon
serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, April 2010
"I first became aware of this novel when it was an
Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award semi-finalist. I read it again more
recently. As a former columnist for Stars and Stripes in Europe AND
an Air Force wife of 30 years, I love Mrs.Lieutenant."
-- Bonnie Latino, co-author of "Your Gift to Me"
"You realize that not only did you read a good story,
but you read one that stays with you on so many levels. When you
learn the author herself lived as an officer's wife during this time
period, it makes the unfolding story of these four women all the
-- Tony Eldridge, author of the novel "The Samson
"Miller captures the freshness and naiveté of those
women, all transplanted to an environment that forced them to deal
with new challenges."--Dr.
Cathy Goodwin, Top 500 Amazon Reviewer
"I loved MRS. LIEUTENANT. Reading it brought back for
me, a military wife, memories of the Vietnam War era, when so many
of our young men were in uniform due to the draft, and memories of
what it was like being in the sub-culture of the military as a new
Army wife." --Mary