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Second Sight

by Rickey Gard Diamond

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This haunting story of unlikely friendship begins in 1973, when the ebbing shadow of Vietnam was radically dividing America and domestic violence went largely unchallenged. Gabrielle Bissonette, a graduate student and hunter, returns to her childhood home in the Michigan wilderness and finds herself caught in a web of violence with her brother, a Vietnam vet just released from prison, and his hippie wife. It is not until a decade later that she begins to confront these painful memories in a quest for reconciliation between the past and the woman who emerged from its shadows.

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