Myron Hunter is the object of scrutiny and intrigue to those who
know of him. But no one-not even his twelve-year-old neighbor Ethan
Hurley-truly knows him. While Myron's demeanor provokes hushed
speculation among those he avidly avoids, most simply dismiss his
eccentricity as a result of living alone for decades. When a prank
gone awry results in Ethan being forced to paint the senior
citizen's house as penance, the boy begins to suspect there is more
to the story. Perhaps Myron's reclusiveness stems from a desire on
his part to conceal his true identity. Ethan begins to believe that
the 74-year-old is actually Arden Hennessey- bombardier on the
Enola Gay and thus the man who dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima
during WWII. There's just one problem with his theory: all reports
indicate that Hennessey-racked by guilt over his fateful act-jumped
off the Golden Gate Bridge on the ten-year anniversary of the
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William P Bekkala
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