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OVER HERE …“I don’t think I’ve had real roots in a very long time,” Harvey finally said. “If I thought someplace else could give me something I didn’t have here, I could probably do it.” Zach’s fingers tingled with the words. Now wasn’t the time to convince Harvey to go with him to California. Later. If he stayed for the week, and everything went well, and it was just like old times, he could try. But a part of him—a large part of him—didn’t want to go home without Harvey. He would do it, of course, but he wouldn’t like it.
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NOVEMBER: OVER HERE CHAPTER 1 Dawn licked across the furrowed fields, capping the mounds of dusky earth in gold. They weren’t frozen yet in their winter sculpture, but soon. Temperatures in the Ohio River Valley had been below freezing for weeks, and reports said 1954 was going to end with a silent, icy scream. Everyone in town was already buckling down; Harvey Kramer saw it as just another winter to endure.
NOVEMBER: OVER HERE The smile on his face was hesitant, but his eyes were warm. “Sergeant Harvey Kramer?” He straightened on instinct, squaring his shoulders. Zach had a solid four inches on him. Standing next to him in line had always made it easy to pull himself to attention.