A troubled, battle-scarred veteran who works at the local ice rinks enlightens Marsh and his close friend, Willy, about the devastating consequences and horrors of war and, at the same time, about the redeeming potential of love. Reprint.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - lilibrarian - LibraryThing
When a strange man comes to town and takes over managing the ice rink, March and Willy are curious about him. What they discover is a man, damaged by service in WWII, who just might, possibly, be saved by love. Read full review
Review: Dancing CarlUser Review - Lance Greenlee - Goodreads
It's worth the read on account of its brevity, but I felt as though something were lacking - as though I was reading the sub-plot of a novel without reading the main strand. Read full review