Two novels in one

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Within this novel there are two plots. One that takes place in the present, which centers on a man named Hugh McPherson who loses his 11-year-old twins. Could a serious riptide have washed away their bodies? Leaving them to be with his girlfriend would cost him a lot. But, Hugh faces another crisis as his Japanese wife, Setsuko, no longer wants anything to do with him as a result of the death of their sons and returns home to live with her father in Japan. Kazuki Ono is her father and he is currently penning a novel that mirrors what might have happened to his sons. Dealing with both incidents Hugh decides to swim out to sea and drown himself. But, something stops him as a vision of his sons comes to pass or light holding the final letter Hugh sent to his ex-wife asking that she…

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