Author David Martin Anderson's timeless saga, HARRY'S APOLOGY, is now exclusively available through Amazon and both a paperback and as a Kindle E-reader.
Online PR News – 14-January-2020 – New York, NY – ConRoca Publishing and Amazon's KDP Direct Publishing announce the updated edition (2019) and re-release of author David Martin Anderson's inspirational tale, 'Harry's Apology,' a historical fiction. The book is available exclusively through Amazon both as a paperback and as a Kindle E-reader. Written ten years before Laura Hillenbrand's classic novel, 'Unbroken,' Anderson's story follows the tragic life of Harry Kaplonsky, a WWII American POW interned at Omori Prison outside Tokyo. Set in 1998, Harry still seethes over the torture and beatings he suffered at the hands of his Japanese captors. Now, close to death, he is suing the Obuchi government for an apology, fighting the Japanese court system, a U.S. State Department eager to shut down his legal initiative, and his USS Houston brothers who also survived the ordeal. The narrative voice for the story is a young woman (Tinker) who connects with Harry over their common pasts... she over a physically abusive household she grew up in as a teenager, and he over the brutality suffered during the war. Together they forge an alliance to tell his story and heal each other's scars. Based loosely on actual events, Anderson weaves a provocative and timeless tale of anger and forgiveness.