The unforgettable story of the Grahams, a military family that lost two sons—one to suicide and one in combat—and channeled their grief into fighting stigma and the armed forces' suicide epidemic.

With great sympathy and profound insight, THE INVISIBLE FRONT details America's problematic treatment of the troops who return from war far different than when they'd left and uses the Graham family’s work as a new way of understanding the human cost of war and its lingering effects off the battlefield.

“Harrowing, a courageous effort…
This vital book is a stirring call for action
to better aid American soldiers who struggle alone with depression—
and civilians who suffer from our most stigmatized disease as well.”
New York Times Book Review



Yochi Dreazen

The managing editor of Foreign Policy, Yochi Dreazen is one of the most respected military journalists in the country and has covered the Iraq and Afghanistan wars for The Wall Street Journal and reported from 30+ countries. His writing has appeared in The Atlantic, The Washington Post, and many others.

Yochi Dreazen has always been a first-rate reporter, and now with The Invisible Front he has delivered a compelling narrative which will haunt and inspire you. This is a treasure.”

James Andrew Miller, author of Live From New York