The Summer of '47
Aron Lakefield served with the Big Red One during World War Two. He’s made the landings in Sicily and Omaha Beach. He’s marched through Italy, France, and Germany. He’s paid a large sum for his pair of Purple Hearts. Aron was the middle child in the Lakefield family until the war came along. Now, at thirty years old, he’s an only child.
After bouncing from one VA hospital to the next for over two years, Aron finally gets to return to his Illinois home. Left with a permanent limp by his experiences, he is also, literally, haunted by them.
About Frederick H. Crook (Dekalb County, Illinois Author)
I was born in Chicago in 1970 and live in the NW suburbs with my wife and three dachshunds. I've been writing and publishing since 2010, and have had some titles published with Solstice Publishing since 2014. I write dystopian science fiction, but also have a paranormal historical fiction novel with Solstice. A thriller is in the works, and I continue to self-publish and publish with Solstice. I'm also a freelance editor, focusing on Indie artists on a budget.