Hammon Falls

Hammon Falls

by Roger Hileman, Dave Hoing

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Overview

When George Hammon's teenaged wife dies inchildbirth in 1914, he flees small-town Iowa forEurope and the horrors of the Great War. Survivingbattles, homelessness, and disease, he squandershis days on women and wine, trying to forget hislost love.But life is not idle in Iowa during his absence, andwhen a bitter and weary George comes hometwenty-two years later, he finds a web of murder,suicide, and shocking revelations.The future of his family rests on one terriblechoice...but is he prepared to make it?Spanning the years 1893 through 2009, "HammonFalls" weaves a tapestry of estrangement, loss,love, sacrifice, and redemption.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780984421985
Publisher: All Things That Matter Press
Publication date: 06/21/2010
Pages: 360
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.75(d)

About the Author

Dave Hoing has been gainfully employed at the University of Northern Iowa's Rod Library for a very long time. Although he is a member of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America with numerous short story publications, Hammon Falls is his first published novel. He has two stepchildren, Jon and Jovan Hampton, and lives in Waterloo, Iowa, with his wife Joni, a dog named Tree, and a cat named Toro.
Roger Hileman is a Test Development Associate for ACT, Inc. After spending many years as a local musician and playwright, he decided to make the transition to writing fiction. Hammon Falls is his first published novel. He has three daughters, Andrea, Rachel, and Carlye, and lives in Iowa City, Iowa, with his wife Lu.

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