A veteran’s comfortable life is upended when long-buried memories of his time in the trenches of World War I come rushing back Charles Rainier’s family feared him lost along with so many of Britain’s youth during the First World War. But two years after he was reported MIA, he appears in a Liverpool hospital with no memory of his missing years. Even after marriage and a life of relative success, he can’t recall his time on the battlefield—until the first bombs of the Second World War begin to fall. Suddenly, his memories flood back. Recollections of a violent battlefield, a German prison, and a passionate affair all threaten to fracture the peaceful life he has worked so hard to create. Random Harvest is a moving account of the trauma of war and the courage required to find redemption in the face of the most overwhelming circumstances.
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Published May 1, 2012
by Open Road Media.
Literature & Fiction, Romance, War, Biographies & Memoirs, History, Travel, Action & Adventure, Arts & Photography.