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GARDENS OF HOPE

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by Michael Holloway Perronne

Jack appears to have all a man in World War II era America could want. But one night when he accidentally stumbles upon a shadow life of men who desire other men in a Downtown LA park, he begins to realise exactly what has always left him with a feeling of emptiness. Despite the danger he continues to visit the park and one night, meets a charismatic Japanese-American, Hiro, who appears to want more than a quick encounter, and Jack surprises himself by starting to fall in love. However, after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, President Roosevelt issues Executive Order 9066 and the mandatory relocation of over 100,000 Japanese-Americans, to far flung internment camps. Jack and Hiro suddenly find themselves torn apart.

270 pages, paperback

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Author Michael Holloway Perronne
Publishers CreateSpace
Year of Publication 2017

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GARDENS OF HOPE
Michael Holloway Perronne

On the surface, Jack appears to have all a man in World War II era 1941 could want with his solid middle-class American background, and devoted fiancee. But one night when he accidentally stumbles upon a shadow life of men who desire other men in a Downtown LA park, he begins to realise exactly what has always left him with a feeling of emptiness. Despite the danger of being arrested, Jack continues to visit the park every chance he can. One night he meets a charismatic Japanese-American, Hiro, who appears to want more than a quick encounter, and Jack surprises himself by starting to fall in love. However, after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, President Roosevelt issues Executive Order 9066 and the mandatory relocation of over 100,000 Japanese-Americans, to far flung internment camps. Jack and Hiro suddenly find themselves torn apart before their secret, fledgling romance can blossom.

270 pages, paperback

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GARDENS OF HOPE

GARDENS OF HOPE

by Michael Holloway Perronne

Jack appears to have all a man in World War II era America could want. But one night when he accidentally stumbles upon a shadow life of men who desire other men in a Downtown LA park, he begins to realise exactly what has always left him with a feeling of emptiness. Despite the danger he continues to visit the park and one night, meets a charismatic Japanese-American, Hiro, who appears to want more than a quick encounter, and Jack surprises himself by starting to fall in love. However, after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, President Roosevelt issues Executive Order 9066 and the mandatory relocation of over 100,000 Japanese-Americans, to far flung internment camps. Jack and Hiro suddenly find themselves torn apart.

270 pages, paperback