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  • KC author Whitney Terrell on his new novel, 'The Good Lieutenant'

    We used Kansas City's World War I Museum as the backdrop to ask Whitney Terrell about his latest novel, "The Good Lieutenant." Terrell explains why he chose a somewhat unusual protagonist for this war story: a female first lieutenant leading a platoon of male soldiers in Iraq.

We used Kansas City's World War I Museum as the backdrop to ask Whitney Terrell about his latest novel, "The Good Lieutenant." Terrell explains why he chose a somewhat unusual protagonist for this war story: a female first lieutenant leading a platoon of male soldiers in Iraq. Sharon Hoffmann The Kansas City Star
We used Kansas City's World War I Museum as the backdrop to ask Whitney Terrell about his latest novel, "The Good Lieutenant." Terrell explains why he chose a somewhat unusual protagonist for this war story: a female first lieutenant leading a platoon of male soldiers in Iraq. Sharon Hoffmann The Kansas City Star

KC author Whitney Terrell has an unusual protagonist for war novel 'Good Lieutenant': A female soldier

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