WEST FROM YESTERDAY EXCERPT: MARY CLAIRBORNE

“Everyone she knew with male relatives had lost someone to war-related events, be they deaths from battle or disease. But this was different. Her healthy son had returned from his European sojourn, stayed home for almost three years and was now about to leave of his own volition. Not only did she not know where he was going, apparently he didn’t know either, beyond some irritatingly vague “out west...”

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