Strap yourself in for a whirlwind, year-long, three continent wild ride of dangerous living in a love story to cherish and remember! Sam and Addie, childhood best friends for a summer and lovers of adventure stories, meet accidentally on purpose as adults in the last year of World War One. A roller coaster romance leads to a dream of married bliss in Sam’s native India. But the dream is throttled at every turn. Separate rescues from their torpedoed ship land them in different countries, with neither knowing if the other has survived. And an overheard conversation brings danger on the high seas and puts them on the run in Calcutta, the Himalayan foothills, and Bengal’s predator-filled Sundarbans. The war ends. A global pandemic subsides. But Sam and Addie’s vision of a peaceful life remains as elusive as ever.
About Arthur McPhee
Art McPhee was born in 1945 in Claremont, New Hampshire. He has been a newsboy, dishwasher, pizza maker, factory worker, sailor, minister, international radio speaker, journal editor, world traveler, and professor. For more than two decades, he taught at graduate schools in North America and Southern Asia. His most recent nonfiction work is The Road to Delhi, a biography.Art has been the husband of Evie (Evelyn Horst McPhee) for fifty plus years and was the father of John (1978-2015). All the Seas of God, his only novel, was written in retirement in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.
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