Johnny Don't March, a novel

Nelson returns to Brooklyn from Afghanistan branded a hero, but feeling more like a casualty. He learns war is only purgatory and coming home is hell. His fiancée, Prue, warned him against going, but his father said someone had to pay for what the terrorists did. His aunt told him there had been enough dying on that Tuesday in September 2001. Maybe his aunt was wrong. Maybe Nelson has to die also. As dark memories erupt into the “normal” life he craves, Nelson learns the price of hate.

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