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Why did you decide to write about this overlap of the trauma of war and the upheaval that awaited you when you returned?
In "Death Letter" you write with great feeling, despair, and humor about dealing with the aftermath of both your deployment, and your wife's infidelity during that time.
That's good comedy--dark comedy--and it comes out in the book.
While I was working as a chaplain at Walter Reed [National Military Medical Center], most people, patients and staff, were surprised that I was a divorced chaplain.
What I didn't know was that I could lose more than my life. It can be their innocence, their sense of safety, or just the belief that the world is a good place. At first I thought it was my wife or my kids, but while I was living the experiences in this book, I realized it was God.
I didn't think that would happen when I got on the transport jet to Iraq.