The Long Road Home: The Story of a Brotherhood Born in WWII (Paperback)
Paperback - 162 pages - 5.5x8.5 / Releases May 8th / Published by Wild Lark Books
Adult Nonfiction | Biography | WWII | Lubbock
Two volunteers from Texas - taken across the globe and challenged more than either man ever dreamed.
While World War II threatened the stability of nations worldwide, a bond of brotherhood was formed from unthinkable challenges:
One having their rights temporarily stripped in the name of national security while working on the Manhattan Project.
And the other surviving as a prisoner of war.
Based on the first-hand wartime experiences of Dr. L. Paul Coffman and Mr. Homer Jones, two everyday citizens who stepped out of their comfort zones and volunteered to defend their country, the United States of America.
LISA K. BREWER lives on the south plains of Texas with her husband and red-headed poodle named Finn. She is a retired teacher with a lifelong love of writing and art. The Brewers are blessed to have two children, their spouses, and most of their eight grandchildren living nearby.
Having personally known these two gentleman featured in THE LONG ROAD HOME, she is honored to be sharing their stories with the world.— Wild Lark Books