Bio: Born and raised in Missouri at the doorstep of the Ozarks, Henry Hoffman is a former public library director and newspaper editor whose fiction and non-fiction works have appeared in a variety of literary and trade publications, including the Midwesterner and Library Journal. His first novel, Bound, a light mystery and romance, was published in 1990. It was followed by a novella, An Enduring Evil, a dark tale of mental illness and threatened familial relationships, published in 2001. Along with his works of fiction, he has contributed articles to a number of standard reference works, including the Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science and the Encyclopedia of Natural Disasters. He currently resides in Southwest Florida.
The war is not over for Will Flaherty.... While recuperating at his home in North Florida from injuries suffered in World War II, Will is startled when an escaped German prisoner of war, Max Scheffer, unexpectedly shows up on his doorstep. To complicate matters, his sister Carol, a former volunteer at the facility where the German was being held, is involved in a romantic relationship with the escapee. At her urging and to settle an old debt relating to his wartime past, Will relents and pr... more info>>