When They Can't Come Home

Three mothers -- one coming to terms with the death of her husband in Iraq from a sniper's bullet, one dealing with the father of her child who is caught in a drugs-and-party life, the third, a refugee from the Middle Eastern wars hoping to build a new life. More
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Words: 3,880
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301025411
About Greg Rohloff

Greg Rohloff resides in Amarillo, Texas, where he wrote for the Amarillo Independent, an alternative multimedia news site. He holds a master of liberal studies degree with a concentration in literature and English composition from Fort Hays State University, and a bachelor of arts degree from Wichita State University. He teaches freshman composition at West Texas A&M University in Canyon, and developmental writing at Amarillo College. He has written a short story collection, “I Was There Once,” and a second novel, “Dog on a Rope,” will be available August 15.

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