by William M. Gould, M.D. ’58 (iUniverse.com) Robert, Tony, and Philip believe that their friendships will last forever, but they are wrong. In 1949, the three high school boys engage in a prank that unexpectedly deteriorates into a crime. An innocent man is blamed. The novel shows how each of the three deals with the moral ramifications of his actions. Together again as adults in the midst of civil war in Guatemala, the three men find that the past intrudes on the present as their personal values clash. Will Robert, Tony, and Philip move beyond their haunted memories? Will they have futures at all?