Jeffrey K. Walker has been a stockbroker, a fighter jet navigator, a lawyer and a professor. He's lived all over the world, from Bosnia to Baghdad to Boston.
But when Virginia-based Walker turned his hand to fiction writing, he decided to focus much of his World War I novel, None of Us the Same, in Newfoundland with Newfoundland characters.
"I ran across the Newfoundland Regiment by accident during my research," said Walker,
"And the more I read about it, the more I was drawn to it."