stands as a tribute to anyone who fought or endured a battle

Treasure Amy Johnson for wading through bushels of yellowed documents, and sculpting something wondrous and elegiac from what others might have relegated to the trash. It stands as a tribute not only to her ancestors, but to anyone who fought or endured a battle, and perhaps most significantly, the arguably fading importance of storytelling. Her book will invite trembling hands to do nothing less than trace the penned letters with their own fingertips, and in the process, be transported to a bittersweet time and space where words competed with war to inhabit the deepest chambers of the heart.

Tom Rademacher, long-time newspaper columnist for The Grand Rapids Press in Michigan

LETTERS lost then found by author Amy Johnson
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Tom Rademacher, long-time newspaper columnist for The Grand Rapids Press in Michigan

Treasure Amy Johnson for wading through bushels of yellowed documents, and sculpting something wondrous and elegiac from what others might have relegated to the trash.