If healing and forgiveness are possible, are they worth the cost?
Thierry Laroque, war hero and retired mechanic in rural Tennessee, would like nothing more than to live out his days in peace and quiet, but a dark secret buried in the distant past continues to haunt him. When his Wall Street power-broker brother-the person he blames for the loss of his one true love—shows up destitute at his door after decades of estrangement, Thierry comes face to face with the ghosts of a life frozen in time.
Dragan draws on a wide range of influences—from literature, to history, to philosophy—to craft meaningful and often surprising narratives that challenge the status-quo and reach for a deeper understanding of what it means to be human.
“A brilliant piece of literary art... Dragan is a gifted writer and master storyteller, and this novel is likely just the beginning.”MATTHEW J. DISTEFANO AUTHOR, PODCASTER, AND SOCIAL WORKER
Brandon Dragan grew up in northeastern New Jersey and attended Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. He is currently a 2L Juris Doctor candidate at Belmont University College of Law. Brandon enjoys road cycling, cigars, Irish whisky, and is an avid supporter of the Arsenal Football Club. He and his wife Jami live in the Nashville area with their two daughters.Visit his website