Winner of the 2019 IP silver medal for military fiction!
“A poignant dramatization of the emotional fallout of war.” —Kirkus Reviews
When U.S. Army sniper Robert Kent retires at the age of 36, he returns to a civilian culture filled with hostile, petty people living in a virtual world who don’t realize how fragile their lives are. As he struggles to find out where he belongs, his psychiatrist suggests he try finding out who his father really was. He succeeds, but in doing so his entire life is upended. Kent is forced to do the one thing he’d rather not: trust, and love, another human being. A turbulent and tragic, heart-warming journey of redemption.
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About the Author
Raymond lives with his wife, Sheryl, in Spokane WA, where he writes and practices medicine.