I’ve been working on the dedication and information page for my upcoming release, What Lies Beyond the Fence. Bronson works closely with a teen named Roger Cobb Hallberg. Together, along with another teen, Norma Orr Karsteter, they go on a great adventure that will save a lot of people’s lives. I had fun writing this book, but all of this time, the name Roger Cobb Hallberg kept tagging at the back of my mind. You see, Roger is a real life hero. Back in 1967 he made a sacrifice so that you and I can keep enjoying our freedom and our way of life. Roger is a MIA (Missing in Action.) His sister, Anne Hallberg Holt won the drawing held by the National League of Families of the POW/MIA’s to have a character named after a loved one in one of my books. As a result, I never thought much about how the families of the MIA’s and POW’s suffer–an ongoing pain that only grows as time marches. Now I’m a bit more aware and it’s with great honor and humility that I dedicate this book to Roger Cobb Hallberg and all of the other MIA’s and their loved ones. Thank you for your service and your sacrifice. May God be with you all.
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