An Owl among the Ruins

A War Story

The war in Viet Nam ended in 1975, but for many that era remains a vivid memory. As an aging Viet Nam veteran I thought I would put down some memories in a story of fiction. The story is about memories. While I think of it as a war story, it is not the War in Viet Nam that is the main subject but the war among the soldiers who were there. The cover captures the main character, and Episcopal Priest, receiving a letter from an unknown correspondent asking the question, “How did my father die?” The question stirs memories of struggle to maintain sanity, to maintain dignity, and to remember people honestly and without regret. The book is available at Jones’ Harvest of Bloomington, Indiana.

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