Hiroshima Sunset

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In 2007, self-publishing author, Amanda Blackburn accepts an assignment in Japan to help exonerate the name of a former soldier who served in the post-war Australian occupation army in 1946. The soldier’s damning exploits are revealed in a journal written by an unidentified veteran. A tender love story set against the background of Atomic devastation.
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About John Kelly

John Kelly is 71, married with two children, three grand-children, and lives in Melbourne, Australia.

He holds a Bachelor of Communication degree majoring in journalism and media studies. He relishes speaking out on issues that effect the direction humanity is taking, doesn't mind supporting lost causes, and has more recently become a prolific writer.
He is a regular writer for The Australian Independent Media Network.

John is the author of four novels, 'Satan's Little Helpers', 'Andrea's Secret', 'Saints and Relics' and most recently, 'Hiroshima Sunset'. A fifth book, "An Accidental Atheist" a memoir, is also now available.

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Keith Renshaw reviewed on Aug. 2, 2009

A beautiful story with a very poignant message about the decision to drop this horrible bomb for me it puts into perspective the term used so much today "Weapons of mass Destruction" nothing a terrorist could contrive could come anywhere close to what was dropped on Hiroshima. That apart this book is one of the best stories I can remember go on give it a try you won't regret it

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