One for the Boneyard

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Trafford Publishing, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 354 pages

This is the story of a young soldier wounded in battle who later returns to his hometown to find his fiancee pregnant by another man. He goes berserk and winds up in prison while the army alters his clinical file and denies all knowledge of his mental condition prior to convelescent furlough. THEY FORGED THE CLINICAL FILE!

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About the author (2001)

Leo Gallagher was born in a small Ohio town during the depression. His father was a war veteran who was abusive to his wife and children. The boy hardly knew a father and raised himself. In the army at sixteen to escape a troubled youth, he served in occupied Japan and later went to Korea as an automatic rifleman in the summer of 1950. Wounded by an enemy hand grenade, he was returned to a stateside military hospital and subsequently discharged as a disabled veteran with time on his hands. He has several adventure stories published in magazines. This is his first attempt at a novel, a trilogy with a frankness that leaves nothing to the imagination.

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