Where the Action Was, Women War Correspondents in World War II chronicles the lives of 18 women who risked their lives to bring Americans some of the biggest stories of the war.  With over 70 black and white photos and actual newspaper dispatches, readers will meet women such as Martha Gelhorn who stowed away on a hospital ship to cover the invasion of Normandy and Marguerite Higgins who got to the Dachau concentration camp right before American troops liberated it. $17.95. Available in local bookstores or click here.