Brian Payton

The Wind is not a River

Summary: 
A dual narrative of World War II in the Aleutians, this novel tracks the survivor of a crash landing behind Japanese lines and his wife who never gives up hope. Helen Easley joins the USO and searches; John struggles to stay alive under harsh conditions, ultimately inspired by a mysterious relic of the native population "disappeared" by their oppressors and neglected by their liberators. True heroism on all sides.

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