In Black and White chronicles the Vietnam experience of two American soldiers: one black and the other white. Though the novel includes some graphic scenes of war it is intended to be a backdrop and not the focus of the book. The emphasis is on the personal development of these men as they work through issues of friendship, love, war, racism and loss. There are no heroes or heroines in this novel. There are only survivors who have learned to love and to discover themselves through incredible odds.
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About the Author
Dick has been writing fo 35 years. He has written a fiction called the Wanikiya centered on the Lakota Indians. He has authored a humor book titled Almost Flying, featuring the zany sport of racing pigeons. Dick has published a work in theology titled How To Get Along With God. He has completed a book called Justin, a story of deprivation and child abuse . He has a fiction in progress called Eagle Wings that features living as a traditional Indian in a remote wilderness in an attempt to evade modern civilization. Dick holds a Ph.D in theology and religious studies.