Johnny Don’t March by Timothy Hurley

johnnyI may have mentioned this novel before, but it deserves to be talked about often. My current excuse is that it now has a striking new cover by the brilliant and talented S. A. Hunt.

Johnny Don’t March confronts the consequences of coming home that affect innumerable soldiers. Nelson’s faltering attempts to return to normality after the horrors of war are told with stunning depth and realism. This pertinent, extraordinary novel is moving and gut-wrenchingly good.

Read it immediately – Amazon.

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One response to “Johnny Don’t March by Timothy Hurley

  1. writerby29

    What Eve said. ‘Johnny Don’t March’ is a book that needs reading. Especially with the appalling number of suicides among our veterans, the issue of returning from war begs for more understanding and study.

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