When Vietnam veteran Peter Davies overstays his welcome with his suspicious behavior at the Vietnam Veteranas Memorial Wall in Washington, DC, heas thrown into the back of a police car. After a violent outburst, heas heavily drugged and admitted to the VA Hospital. When he awakes three days later, Davies has no idea where he is or what heas done. Faced with a choice between jail time for the damage he caused to police vehicles or to remain at the VA for further observation, Davies opts for a longer hospital stay. Psychiatrist Prescott Brown vows to work with Davies to discover the root of his problems. But Daviesawhoas been sober for twelve yearsafeels like a white trash drunk baring his soul to a guy in fifteen hundred dollar loafers. Davies is sure of one thing: Heas not about to share the secret of what happened years ago. As Davies recounts his life story to Prescott, the doctoras life is changed by the journey as the two men travel through chaos into clarity.aWell, then, how much do youknow about how this place runs? aNot so ... Why wea#39; re training, in anut shell, is this: thisisa black ops camp. ... aYou might as well takeadvantage of the perks, a he told me, so we went toeat the food in that galley.
|Title||:||Cracks in the Wall|
|Author||:||J. Morris Lavallee|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2014-12-16|