For God and Country

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
When missing actor and tortured dissident Cade Walton appears on Dr. Drew Clemmons’ ward, the tormented physician spirits both to another universe where liberty seems an elusive notion. New relationships emerge, but the fallout of short and long-term persecutions hinders the men’s adjustments, leaving their partners uncertain if the past can be left behind. More
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About Anna Scott Graham

A California native, I lived in Britain for eleven years, moving back to The Golden State in the spring of 2007. I'm leaving these stories for my grandchildren, nieces, and nephews. In the meantime, please enjoy these tales. And thank you for reading an independent author.

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Gary Weston reviewed on Aug. 26, 2012

So refreshing to read such a well written and compelling story, intricately woven and told with the eye of a first rate story teller. Engaging from start to finish, this is a book that goes the distance. I love books that "stay with me" and this one will. Enjoy.
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Jill Witmer reviewed on Aug. 15, 2012

A truly wonderful story. It had me in tears at one point.
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David H. Keith reviewed on July 21, 2012

John Lennon asked people to "Imagine." Anna Scott Graham has done just that in this story of two separate worlds - the yin-yang of what we are seeing in the United States, and indeed the world, today. Not only does she make her point in a cogent and powerful manner, she does so with an eye toward just plain good story-telling - the sort of tale the tribal elders would spin to the young at the evening's campfire.

While parts of Ms. Graham's story stretches one's credulity - such as her assertion that two separate cultures at "opposite ends of the galaxy" are biologically compatible - the story itself is so very compelling and real. We could very well be the world Cade Walton and Drew Clemmons escaped from.

Never preachy or shrill, Ms. Graham makes her point with compassion, sensitivity, and power. I think Lennon would approve.

David H. Keith
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