CASUALTY: A Memoir of Love and War (Norton, 1981) deals with a father’s pressure on a son to go to Vietnam and his guilt when the young man is killed.

At a stark chapel rising, wing like, in New Mexico’s Sangre de Cristo Mountains, a ghost-like love story unfolds within the tale of the grieving father who built the memorial to all Vietnam victims, including his own son, for whose death he was largely responsible.

Howard Koch: “…a literary gem that reads like a detective story…”

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