Repentance , ,

by Andrew Lam

captivating new novel about one family’s darkest secrets and the lengths to which a man will go to set things right.

 

“Suspenseful, touching, and beautifully written.”

-Margaret George, New York Times best-selling author of Elizabeth I and Helen of Troy

“A gorgeous, emotional book. An important, and timely, American story.”

-Karin Tanabe, author of The Diplomat’s Daughter

Coming May 1, 2019

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$15.95

Sometimes the line that separates coward from hero is not easy to spot.

When that line is crossed, to what lengths will a remorseful man go to set things right?

That’s a question that had never crossed Daniel Tokunaga’s mind until the U.S. government started calling, wanting to know more about his father’s service with the 442nd Regimental Combat Team during World War II. Something happened while his father was fighting the Germans in France, and no one is sure exactly what.

At least, no one who’s still alive and willing to give details.

Wanting answers, Daniel upends his life to find out what occurred on a small, obscure hilltop half a world away, in a quest for the truth that threatens his marriage, his sanity, and the love of everyone he holds dear. In unraveling his family’s catastrophic past, the only thing for certain is that nothing—his life, career, and family—can ever be the same again.

ISBN

978-1-946501-12-7

Pages

310