I believe that there have been many families torn apart in their youth who have tried to find their way in searching for the safety and comfort of a loving family
Tilton, NH (PRWEB) January 04, 2013
The new book “A Grasp for Life: The continuing story of Howard Walker” (published by iUniverse) by D.H. Clark/I.B. Long tells the tale of Howard Walker, a man looking to find what many take for granted: the love of a family.
Howard’s story tells of his ups and downs in life as he struggles to grasp the life that had been taken from him as a young boy. The authors tells of his life in the military, later marrying and continuing through the normalcy of life, finally finding a place in a loving family, something that had allured him since the state removed him and his siblings from his home.
An excerpt from the opening of “A Grasp for Life”:
“Howard D. Walker has grown into a handsome young man who has been drafted in the U.S. Army and he finds love and romance. It is during their marriage that they find there are many bumps in the road. Howard finds himself reflecting back on his childhood life while his wife Sueanne takes her loneliness into the arms of a friend. Howard is tossed back and forth from army to navy to army again as he searches for a grasp of life.”
“I believe that there have been many families torn apart in their youth who have tried to find their way in searching for the safety and comfort of a loving family,” Clark explains.
About the Author
Born in Concord, N.H., on September 28th, 1945, D.H. Clark/I.B. Long is a disabled veteran. He has three brothers and one sister. His interests are in the space program, and he has written books on each mission. He is also author of "Behind the Chain linked Fence." He is married and lives at the New Hampshire veteran’s home in Tilton, N.H.
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