Charles Layton spent most of his life searching-for a place to belong and for peace from his past. During a tumultuous upbringing, his parents and sister either ignored him or made life miserable. Then he was drafted into the Army. In 1951, he and thirty-six other soldiers were captured during the Korean War. A daring escape led by Layton ended their seventeen weeks in captivity. Yet, his actions caused him decades of guilt. With heart-wrenching true stories in "Escaped with Honor," Layton takes readers on a journey through his dismal childhood, adventurous teen years and agonizing war experiences. During his search for a place to belong, he also found the pathway to peace and faith.
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