Tate Publishing, May 1, 2008 - 331 pages
Post-war challenges lurk stealthily around the corner as the survivors try to reclaim their lives. Leo and Ivy made it through, but the obstacles ahead may be bigger than yesterdays hurdles. Fate brings them back together and love allows them to make a home in Germany. Struggling with family, careers, and guilt, Leo and Ivy weave the narrow strand of life. Unfolding a story of love, hope, religion, andthe greatest threat of all. Greg Price is a writer, a Human Resources expert and an ordained minister. He has traveled extensively throughout the world and shares his experiences by translating them into literary characters who inspire and motivate the reader. Greg immigrated to the United States from South Africa and currently lives with his wife in Mississippi. Certainly a book for our times Colonel Gus, US Army (retired) and Pat Renwick Bend, Oregon, U.S.A. Interweaving profound characters with an extensive historical perspective, Price captures both the imagination and the intellect. Bravo!! Dr. Barbara Bower, Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.A.
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