Greg Stout releases latest Novel: “Connor’s War”,Great Read to Beat the Heat
Cape Girardeau, MO, July 20,2022– Gregory Stout, author releases “Connor’s War” in July. Greg who is a finalist for a Shamus Award from the Private Eye Writers of America, and the featured artist of the Missouri Arts Council has scheduled the Book release of “Connor’s War” for July 29th
The novel, Connor’s War is based in the Vietnam era about a 15 year old boy who faces being shipped off the remotest part of the Kansas flat land. “How do leave all you friends from a sophisticated San Francisco area High School and even being a Navy brat, this exile to the flat-lands will not have a good outcome” asks Greg. Greg weaves the story around the fact that Connor, the protagonist, has a father who is a US Navy Commander who is shot down in Vietnam and is missing-in-action, whose fate is unknown and a young boy whose Mother as a US Navy Officer in Nursing is transferred to Japan for her medical expertise. Is Connor safe traveling alone on a passenger train to a small town in Kansas? Connor headed into the unknown to live with an unknown grandfather, who is a circuit court judge.
This novel addresses some common issues that teenagers face such as separation anxiety, death and young love, problems, which are a common issue amongst military families. Greg said “I wrote the book because I felt there weren’t enough young adult male books that dealt with real life controversies.”
About Greg Stout
Gregory Stout has authored and published over 22 books ranging from Mystery and Suspense novels to Historical books featuring the nation’s railroads. Greg lives and writes from home along the Mississippi River, in the historical southeastern Missouri town of Cape Girardeau, Missouri and living together with wife, Carol and two cats.
More information is available about Gregory Stout and the latest published works are at https://www.gregorystoutauthor.com
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