'Gemini Day' is the rollercoaster epic of an Englishman and an American woman who meet and fall in love in the Spanish Civil War. They are both journalists forced to flee to southern France. In an old farmhouse, Ruth gives birth to their child, Susannah, on the same day as a fugitive Spanish woman shot by Nationalists gives birth to a son and dies almost immediately. Ruth and her husband Bob adopt the boy and call him Rafael after his murdered father. They name the day when their children were born as Gemini Day, and the story tracks the Gemini Days of the future.
Bruce Harris began writing in 2006 after a career in teaching and educational research. A consistent record of success in short story and poetry competitions has enabled him to publish five short story collections and three poetry collections. 'Gemini Day' is his second novel. For personal reasons, he is donating his income from this book to the Huntington's Disease Association.More About Bruce Harris