In 1990, when Saddam Husseinas military force invades Kuwait, millions of Americans hear the call to surrender loved ones to bloody combat and almost certain death in the Arabian desert. In Saverne, a Texas town near the U.S. border with Mexico, social worker Grace Faith Hernandez has a son in the Infantry and a fiancAc working in Kuwait, now MIAaperhaps taken captive to Baghdadaor dead. Homeless former head librarian Katie Hand has a son/grandson, one of the first Air Force E-15 pilots to arrive in Oman. Rancher Red, Hubba-Hubba Clay, has a son, somewhat estranged from him, a career Marine already in Al Jubal with the California desert-trained 7th MEB. Together they wait for war.Not for the scads of tiny schoolchildren peeping through the library windows, bitterly unhappy to have to get back on their buses and ... making space for new books, over the years left Katie stacks of books on the steps of High Street Presbyterian Hotel for the Homeless. ... If some worried about where she slept in cold weather, others complained it must be she, sleeping in deer blinds, knocking thingsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Here I Am: the Abraham Legacy|
|Publisher||:||Author House - 2013-08-08|