Forgiveness by Jefferson R. Blackburn-Smith

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1949. A bloody war engulfs the Balkans’ nations of Montrovia and Corabia. Walter Krang, a brutal Montrovian concentration camp guard, escapes certain death as a war criminal when an inmate forgives him and helps him escape the camp’s liberation. Masquerading as a camp survivor and accompanied by a 17 year old Corabian girl, Krang makes his way across the war torn region seeking revenge on the woman who freed him. Krang traverses a landscape of war and reconstruction, burying the dead for his meals as he flees justice and chases his demons. Caught between the solitude of burying the dead and the savagery of war, Krang must confront his own actions and what it means to be forgiven. Will justice be served?
 

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Published April 19, 2013 by JR Blackburn-Smith. 515 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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