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Heroes is the second story in the Harry Waters series and the immediate sequel to Islands of No Return.

Sometimes, whatever you do, the world conspires against you. In Heroes we find Harry fighting for his freedom, his career, against alcoholism, and to preserve what is left of his nightmare-ravaged sanity.

On trial for murdering his best friend, Harry stands condemned by the man who was responsible for leaving his men to die in the deserts of Iraq. And worse, damned by the testimony of the woman he loves. The trial is a public relations disaster for the Army and quickly becomes the nexus of a hysterical media feeding frenzy.

Harry is trapped in the middle of a battle he knows he cannot win. Beset with self-loathing, his career is wrecked, he has lost the woman he loves, and he is facing the prospect of a life behind bars. He has hit rock bottom.

But sometimes it is only when you hit rock bottom that you finally discover the strength to stand tall.

Also in the Harry Waters series:

Book 1: Islands of No Return

Book 2: Heroes

Book 3: Brothers in Arms

©2014 James P. Coldham writing as James Philip (P)2016 James P. Coldham writing as James Philip

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Heroes by James Philip was a good book. Harry finds himself fighting for his life. Harry is on trial for murdering his best friend. This was a good book that I recommend.

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A fiction reader’s delight! It  has villains you will despise and heroes you’d love to meet. Add intrigue, betrayal, regret. ---you’ll be captured till the end and long for James Phillips next novel!
Intense and realistic narration bringing the story to life.. Highly recommended..