Dalton, Minn. (PRWEB) August 20, 2014
A widow takes a chance on a hot-tempered Vietnam veteran and together they work to help other war veterans reenter society in Ronald S. Zimney’s new novel, “A Lost Generation” (published by iUniverse), which is getting a renewed marketing campaign in 2014.
Nearly 50 years old and widowed for the last 10, Lilly Larsen understands that Roger Hartec could be a heartbreaker. First, there’s his age. Roger is more than 10 years younger than she. And the rumor mill in Ashland Falls, Minnesota says that Roger, a Vietnam veteran, might have a penchant for violence. Despite all this, Lilly is determined to make a new life with the enigmatic, troubled veteran.
Together, Lilly and Roger embark on a journey of creating a diverse family of rejected individuals. Surmounting one obstacle after another, with the help of an ever-growing circle of friends, this loving couple has no idea of the far-reaching impact their union will make on their community.
A story of confession and redemption, “A Lost Generation” showcases the struggle for survival of a Vietnam combat veteran as he reenters society.
“A Lost Generation”
By Ronald S. Zimney
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 324 pages | ISBN 9781462071111
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 324 pages | ISBN 9781462071104
E-Book | ISBN 9781462071128
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author:
Ronald S. Zimney grew up in northern Minnesota. After graduating from high school, he repaired rocket sleds in New Mexico before joining the Air Force just before the Vietnam War started. “A Lost Generation” is his first published book.
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