In his first novel, “The Hemingway Files,” H.K. Bush, tells the story of three English literature professors whose imaginations are captured by literary letters and rare first editions, leading to tragedy in the wake of the Great Kobe Earthquake of 1995.
H.K. Bush, is a professor of English at St. Louis University, a former Fulbright Senior Scholar in Freiburg, Germany, and a Senior Fellow at Waseda Institute in Tokyo. Prof. Bush is most noted for his work as a scholar of Mark Twain, Abraham Lincoln, and Harriet Beecher Stowe. You can find more information about him at http://www.halbush.com/
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