When Suzanne’s husband, Captain Thomas Spencer, is killed in action, leaving her and their six-year-old daughter Joni, she bottles up the pain of her loss for a decade.
Suzanne fights to reconnect with Joni, hoping it’s not too late. She takes her reluctant daughter on a Christmas vacation to visit the historic military academy where she met Joni’s father.
Mama Jane, next-door neighbor and pseudo-grandmother, gives Joni a journal for the trip and encourages her to write a positive word each day about her mother. But who is Mama Jane?
Join Suzanne and Joni on a journey of courage and strength in Christmas at the Corps, as they struggle to work through years of built up pain and anger and delve into the heart and soul of forgiveness.
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Beatrice Fishback, originally from upstate New York, lived in the East Anglian area of Great Britain for over twenty years and traveled extensively in the United Kingdom and throughout Europe. She is the author of Bethel Manor and Bethel Manor Reborn, Dying to Eat at the Pub, and Loving Your Military Man by FamilyLife Publishing. She has been published in various compilations, magazines and online websites. She and her husband have spoken to audiences worldwide and currently reside in North Carolina where scones are called biscuits and are topped with gravy, and tea that is served over ice.