Homefront is not a political book; rather, it shows how war paralyzes a loved one from going on living in the soldier's absence.
Homefront, is a novel about someone waiting for a loved one to return home from war. What inspired you to write this particular story?
It wasn't until Benjamin Genocchio's review of the Norman Rockwell showing at the Nassau County Museum of Art that I began to see the artist in a different, perhaps more disturbing, light.
After reading Ghosts of Clinton County, there are just too many coincidences that leave the living to wonder if the spirit world doesn't want to be forgotten.