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Calderwood, DanFaced with the black and white decision of ending his life, a man rethinks his existence in the solitude of a small island in the Caribbean, finding both good and bad, both exhaltation and mistake in a boisterous and daring past and, at 'the moment of truth' finds that his will to live triumphs biologically over his psychological desire to exorcise himself of his own history.
Farhangi, Neshia Brathwaite
Fatherless Children of War From the North Atlantic Naval War in 1941 until the current war in Iraq, more than 500,000 U.S. soldiers have lost their lives in battle. How many of those soldiers had children…children who are now fatherless? Fatherless Children of War is a gripping first-hand account of the enduring consequences of war as told by the children whose lives were forever changed the day their fathers fell. The book gives voice to these surviving "casualties of war," who until now have been faceless and forgotten...and now have new hope for the future.
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