War Babies: A Novel
Peter's father, a prisoner who turned traitor in a Korean War POW camp, might have had something to do with a fellow captive's death, the father of one Hilary Pennels - now a woman Peter's age who lives in Salisbury. When Peter and Hilary meet, they both want information from the other, and more, and find themselves engaged in a wary dance of attraction laced with mistrust. But it may be a third person, the sole remaining survivor of the camp - a Mr. Fox - who holds the keyto the mystery of betrayal that haunts Peter and Hilary alike.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - TimBazzett - LibraryThing
WAR BABIES is probably my least favorite Frederick Busch book so far, and I think I've read a dozen or more of his 27 books by now. The subject here is the residue of the Korean War, or "conflict," as ... Read full review