This novel of the Korean War reveals that neither man nor country may forget the past--no matter how fervently either might try.
D. J. Meador, professor emeritus at the University of Virginia School of Law, recently served as director of a Senate commission studying the appellate court system. Like John Winston, Meador attended the University of Alabama and the Harvard Law School. In Unforgotten , he draws on his tour of duty during the Korean War, where he served as an officer in the U.S. Army's Judge Advocate General's Corps. Meador's first, critically acclaimed novel, His Father's House , has been optioned for motion-picture adaptation. It is also published by Pelican.