Wish You Were Here, by Graham Swift.

Those words (“Wish You Were Here“) are on the singular postcard Jack, as a vacationing child, sends to Ellie who will become his wife but they resonate on several levels in the novel, including the relationship between Jack and his brother Tom  who dies fighting in Iraq.

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