The Well House

The Well House

by Mark Van Voorhis, Ed Kugler
     
 

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It was 1967. The conflict in Vietnam had become a war no one wanted. It was a time when the young had no future and the present was in doubt.

Maggie O'Reilly, the daughter of wealthy Chicago socialites, had adopted her parents' disdain for the war. Clayton Wesley Riggs, a farm boy from Hope, Indiana, came from a long line of Marines and was expected to carry…  See more details below

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It was 1967. The conflict in Vietnam had become a war no one wanted. It was a time when the young had no future and the present was in doubt.

Maggie O'Reilly, the daughter of wealthy Chicago socialites, had adopted her parents' disdain for the war. Clayton Wesley Riggs, a farm boy from Hope, Indiana, came from a long line of Marines and was expected to carry on the tradition. In spite of these differences, Clayton and Maggie begin a friendship at the "Well House" at Indiana University. That friendship would change both of their lives forever.

The Well House is a story of peace and hope. Its message of war and the carnage of Vietnam strike a chord of truth for today. It is a story of how love transcends the boundaries of time and circumstance. It is a story for now and forever.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781420809589
Publisher:
AuthorHouse
Publication date:
01/28/2005
Pages:
380
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.85(d)

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