Letters to Vimy, a personal exchange of letters to a Canadian soldier in France in the First World War, is available now. The book contains an unusual exchange of correspondence: Author Orland French responds from the perspective of the 21st century to real letters from his uncle, Pte. Oscar French, written to Oscar's mother (Orland's grandmother) 1915-1917. It's fascinating reading. Oscar died in the attack on Vimy Ridge in 1917, but after a century of obscurity in a remote military cemetery, the memory of Uncle Oscar is alive again. Order this book on-line by clicking HERE. Hardcover, softcover and e-book versions available.