River Way Home by Jason Wellnitz

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A boy, Halkeno, waits in a small orphanage in Beira, Mozambique for someone to find him. A successful Iowa businessman realizes there’s a space in his life and goes off searching to fill it. Amazingly, the boy and the man meet and life is very happy for a time. But they never see the tragedy moving toward them and suddenly Halkeno is on his own again. Told in the voice of Halkeno, this story of fathers and sons spans four generations and three continents. It answers the question, “when we lose our fathers, do we ever find them again?” and shows that true love lives forever.

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Jason Wellnitz is from Iowa. He was born in Waterloo and lives down the road in Cedar Rapids with his wife and three children. He's spent time in Chicago, Seattle, Oklahoma, Brazil, and Mozambique. In his spare time he builds computers that fly airplanes. http://www.jasonwellnitz.com
Published December 7, 2012 by Cedar Valley Systems. 76 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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