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Number of Pages: 396
Genre: Fiction + Literature Genres
Sub-Genre: Historical
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Archway Publishing
Age Range: Adult
Book theme: General
Author: Andy Kutler
Language: English



Book Synopsis



December 1941, Pearl Harbor. A peaceful Sunday morning turns into a devastating attack on American soil. Naval officer Malcolm "Mac" Kelsey is severely wounded while defending his ship. A flawed man abandoned long ago by his alcoholic wife, Kelsey has been mired in despair and hopelessness following the accidental death of Lucy, the young daughter he considers the only redemptive aspect of his life. Near the point of death, Kelsey is brought to what he believes to be an afterlife where he is offered an opportunity to shed his past memories and embark upon an alternate path in another place and time. Eager to escape his torment and begin a more tranquil existence, Kelsey accepts, only to feel quickly betrayed as he soon finds himself back in the midst of battle, this time as a Union soldier at the dawn of the Civil War.
Through Antietam, Gettysburg and four years of relentless fighting, Kelsey attempts to cast aside his painful past while trying to survive the horrors of combat. He crosses paths with compelling figures on both sides of the conflict determined to persevere and return to those they left behind. Each will endure unimaginable hardship and will find their strength and resolve tested as they search for self-purpose, humanity, and reconciliation. Most of all, Mac Kelsey will discover the very essence of life and death, and whether the new beginning he has long coveted will bring him the inner peace he has so desperately sought.

"Readers will find themselves immersed in this story and captivated by its principal characters."
-James M. McPherson, Pulitzer Prize-winning
author of Battle Cry of Freedom and The War That Forged a Nation



About the Author



Andy Kutler is the author of two award-winning novels, The Other Side of Life and The Batter's Box. A former senior legislative staff member in the US Senate and policy officer with the US Secret Service, he works today as a senior communications consultant to the national security community. Andy lives with his family in Arlington, Virginia.

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