In this stirring and captivating story of the heart, Bernard Henry, Jr. explores the nuances of how a man manages to balance the complexities of his life during a crucial and emotional episode. Awaken in the mist of a tragic scenario, a dedicated husband and family man finds himself tormented with the uncertainty of his future, and dwells on his past to guide him through the most staggering and difficult ordeal of his life. Through a man's eyes and heart, we journey to how he overcomes this crippling emotional turmoil with the help of his family and friends, and through reflecting on his life experiences. This story demonstrates the delicate line of strength that men are programmed to display and the tender attributes that are truly the sources of a man's courage. Robert Curtis is in a stable period of his marriage. As most young couples, he and his wife Regina have had some ups and downs as they grow individually and together. The trials of everyday life, family, and professional woes take their toil on their marriage, but they are able to pull it together. Just as life seems calm and their relationship becomes more fulfilling, Regina and their daughter is involved in a horrible car accident. This debut novel illustrates the intricate workings of every relationship and how our connections to family and friends impact our lives greatly. Filled with genuine dialogue, good times and bad, sweet moments and bitter, For All We Know is remedy for healing and reveals a heartwarming story told from the ardent joys of a man's heart.Bernard Henry is the author of 'For All We Know', published 2001 under ISBN 9780595167111 and ISBN 059516711X.