More Tish/Salvage

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It's near the beginning of World War I. Charlie Sands, Letitia Carberry's beloved nephew, has been posted to the front in France. So Tish (and her companions) go there too. Along the way, she learns that Charlie has been captured by the Germans...

During the remainder of the afternoon Tish sat by herself, knitting and thinking. It was undoubtedly then that she formed the plan which in its execution has brought us so much hateful publicity, yet without which the town of V—— might still be in German hands.


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