The best and bravest of America: their humanity, their vulnerabilities, and their triumphs.
Mack DeHaan, decorated combat veteran, retires from life in Washington D.C. and moves to a small Virginia farm, hoping to erase the scars of war that have lingered since Vietnam.
He bonds with two men who identify with his story. One is a World War II veteran who survived Normandy. The other is a brilliant, self-educated scholar who lost a son in Vietnam.
This growing brotherhood is cemented when they are caught up in a terrorist plot.
The richness of the characters will draw you in. The suspense will hold you. The message of healing and hope will leave you richer.