Ruth Fielding at the War Front Or, The Hunt for the Lost Soldier

Ruth Fielding at the War Front Or The Hunt for the Lost Soldier Ruth continues her work for the Red Cross and is soon transferred to a hospital that is on the war front Ruth faces the very real danger of possible death but soon has a greater concern Ruth asks a fr

  • Title: Ruth Fielding at the War Front Or, The Hunt for the Lost Soldier
  • Author: Alice B. Emerson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 446
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Ruth continues her work for the Red Cross and is soon transferred to a hospital that is on the war front Ruth faces the very real danger of possible death but soon has a greater concern Ruth asks a friend whether there is any news of Tom Cameron and learns that he has disappeared in Germany and is suspected of working for the Germans Ruth is shaken but certain that TomRuth continues her work for the Red Cross and is soon transferred to a hospital that is on the war front Ruth faces the very real danger of possible death but soon has a greater concern Ruth asks a friend whether there is any news of Tom Cameron and learns that he has disappeared in Germany and is suspected of working for the Germans Ruth is shaken but certain that Tom would never betray his country.Ruth becomes acquainted with the Countess Marchand and her son, Major Marchand Ruth trusts the Countess completely, but is suspicious that her son might be working for the Germans One day, Ruth is walking along a road when a strange note is dropped from a plane The note states, Don t believe everything you hear It is written in Tom Cameron s handwriting Ruth realizes that Tom must be in on some secret mission in German territory Halt was the sudden command Ruth soon has an unexpected ally who has information about Tom The two concoct a daring plan which requires Ruth to travel into enemy territory in disguise so that Tom can be rescued Ruth willingly agrees to the plan, but will she make it out alive

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    1. Ruth Fielding series was published in the USA during World War I. There are thirty books in the series and Ruth Fielding at the War Front is the fourteenth in a row. Three authors wrote different books in the series with the pseudonym Alice B Emerson. As a matter of fact, Ruth Fielding at the War Front was written by W Bert Foster.Ruth Fielding is posted to the same French war front as her boyfriend Tom Cameron. After reaching there, she enquires around about him but gets rumours that he went on [...]

    2. Very predictable and boring plot and characters. Mix that with a dollop of revisionist history and the attitudes of the time, and I don't think I'll be reading this one again.

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