Lamb of God: a novel of the love and sacrifice of two brothers
by Paul Dueweke
Second Place at 2002 Writers Digest Awards in a field of 370 entries. In WW II Detroit, Michael copes with the guilt of being too weak to save his 11-year-old twin from murder. His life turns around on a Michigan farm with earthy and loving people. This historical novel integrates Michael's struggle with the energy and racial tensions of a city reaching its finest hour as The Arsenal of Democracy.