1943, Eastern Shore, Maryland. This is a story of young love, misguided jealousy, a great world war and a soldier's lost letter that delivers a shocking ending 40 years later.
DEAD LETTER by Marc Kuhn is a story written by an author who seems to possess a sensitive soul that gives him the ability to craft a touching, deeply emotional and satisfying story...I think the author also does an excellent job capturing the eras he writes about as well. The opening of the book was amusing, as obviously intended. The feeling the early part of the book generated reminded me of SUMMER OF '42 by Herman Raucher, which is a good thing. The writing style is superb, keeping the story moving at an excellent pace. The author is talented not only as a writer, but at evoking emotions. Readers who love romance and mystery will fall in love with this book.
Judge, 22nd Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards