Helen Thorpe talked about her book, Soldier Girls: The Battles of Three Women at Home and at War, in which she profiles three women - a college student, a single mother, and a grandmother - who joined the Indiana National Guard and were deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan. Ms. Thorpe talked about their experiences overseas and at home. She spoke at Boulder Book Store in Boulder, Colorado. close
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