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Lost in Dalat - The Courage of a Family Torn by War

James Luger

Publisher: High Flight Publishing

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Meggan Mondae travels to the exotic mountain city of Dalat, Vietnam, to find the battlefield where her father was long-ago reported missing in action, just a few months before she was born. While searching for the place where he was last seen alive, she uncovers shocking secrets about him, secrets that now threaten her.

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