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Benedict Freedman (Author of Mrs. Mike)He was His family confirmed the death. She marries him, and follows him to his post in the Northern wilds. The film adaptation , starring Dick Powell and Evelyn Keyes, was released under the same title in It is not so surprising that the novel, with its sweeping setting and persevering characters, captivated a weary postwar world.
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Feb 04, ISBN Mike, Benedict and Nancy Freedman paint a portrait of the World War II era—as seen through the eyes of a young Cree woman on her own for the very first time…. When her dear friend O Be Joyful died in a flu epidemic, Mrs. Mike Flanigan opened her home—and heart—to her orphaned child, Kathy Forquet. But as the terrors of World War II drew closer to home, Kathy decided to leave her familiar home and do her part by going to a nursing school in Montreal. There her life fills with drama and excitement as she meets two very different men—a Native American who helps her understand her lost heritage, and a wounded Austrian soldier who shares fascinating stories of his exotic, embattled homeland. And as she learns about herself and the world beyond her hometown, she tries to find the elusive prize she has sought for so long: the meaning of true joy….
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In this long-awaited sequel to the “unforgettable” (Boston Herald) bestseller Mrs. Mike, Benedict and Nancy Freedman paint a portrait of the World War II era—as seen through the eyes of a young Cree woman on her own for the very first time. When her dear friend O Be Joyful died.
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Mrs. Mike Audiobook - Benedict Freedman, Nancy Freedman
Considered by some a young-adult classic, Mrs. Mike was initially serialized in the Atlantic Monthly  and was the March selection of the Literary Guild. There she meets and marries Mike Flannigan, a sergeant with the Royal Northwest Mounted Police , moving with him to isolated posts in the mountain and lake regions of British Columbia and northern Alberta Lesser Slave Lake. Feeling that her story should be made into a film, Flannigan went to Los Angeles in Based on a five-page outline, extended interviews and their research, they wrote a novel based on Flannigan's story.