This book is, in the end, a loving tribute to my wife.
But in telling the tale, it will expose you to parts of the Great Depression and World War II, Viet Nam, integration, the drug culture, and the most loving family you can imagine.
You will experience the feelings of courage, despair, anger, revenge, happiness, sorrow, love, and heart-break. This roller-coaster has the lowest of lows but unbelievable highs
Come experience the ride!
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About the Book
It is a story about the life of one man, his family, and his friends as they lived out these changing times. It is a sometimes humorous but romantic saga, some history with slices of gallantry, heroism, and bigotry, but in the end, huge amounts of love.
And while this is an autobiography, it also tells facts—not fiction—about the times and happenings during this period in our country. Maybe you’ll see something that brings back your own personal memories.
Follow the life of this ordinary man, as he lived it.
According to Harry
About the Author
Harry was born in Shelbyville, a small, country town in middle Tennessee, nestled in the rolling foothills between the Smoky Mountains to the east and the plains of the Mississippi River to the west. He was the product of a loving, Christian family, but his life encompassed a time of great personal change –
--in entertainment (intro rock ‘n roll)
--in culture (integration - drugs)
--in basic beliefs (God)