By K. Merton Claar
Two households are concerned whilst Mike is termed again into the military for the Korean clash. he's despatched to rescue his former associate, Elmer, and to do harmful undercover projects through the clash. His sister learns the kind of prejudice that the Japanese-American group was once nonetheless dealing with as she falls in love with Samiko, her brother’s ally. Elmer reveals unforeseen romance in his personal place of work, yet now not with a Christian woman.
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A Beacon Relit by K. Merton Claar