AUTHOR: Whitney Terrell’s ‘The Good Lieutenant’ cleverly reverses typical combat rol es and blows up the typical war novel with a female protagonist

KC author Whitney Terrell blows up the typical war novel with a female protagonist

In “The Good Lieutenant,” Whitney Terrell writes about the Iraq war through the eyes of Kansan Emma Fowler

Terrell says he chose that viewpoint because she is both an Army insider and an outsider

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Whitney Terrell’s ‘The Good Lieutenant’ cleverly reverses typical combat roles, story

The author is an assistant professor of English and creative writing at UMKC

This is Terrell’s third novel

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