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Last Train Runnin by Ronnie D. Foster

October 6, 2015

Ronnie Foster sums up his opinion of the Vietnam War with words he attributes to his protagonist in his novel,  Last Train Runnin  (R.D. Foster, 415 pp.; $21.25, paper): Oh the rich kids went to…

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The Funny Thing About War by Al Campo

October 5, 2015

Al Campo is a Vietnam veteran who served (more…)

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Le Havre: A Riveting Expose For Our World Today by Pierre Gerard

September 25, 2015

Pierre Gerard's Le Havre: A Riveting Expose For Our World Today: The French Resistance in World War II: A Historical War Romance Novel (Merriam Press, 286 pp., $18.95) has been published posthumously. A Vietnam veteran, Pierre Gerard served…

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Content With My Wages by Gregory H. Murry

September 21, 2015

A Bill Mauldin Second World War cartoon has Willie telling Joe: "You'll get over it, Joe. Oncet I was gonna write a book exposin' the army after th' war myself." Retired Army Master Sergeant Gregory H.…

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Shell Shock by Steve Stahl

September 18, 2015

Former UCLA and Stanford University psychiatry professor Stephen Stahl is an expert on PTSD. The hero of his novel, Shell Shock (Harley House Press, 448 pp., $17.95, paper; $5.99, Kindle), Dr. Gus Conrad, discover a covert…

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Season of Mists by G. Lowell Tollefson

September 16, 2015

Lowell Tollefson spent his youth in Southeast Asia and East Asia, an experience that informs his depiction of the regions and its people. Tollefson, a former college philosophy professor, is the author of a book…

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Vietnam: The Other Side by Duong Nguyen

September 7, 2015

Since the communist takeover of South Vietnam on April 30, 1975, many writers have produced books about various aspects of the Vietnam War. Duong Nguyen---a medical doctor who fled his homeland in 1975 and lives in the…

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Vietnam 1967-68 by David R. Higgins

September 1, 2015

Vietnam 1967-68: U.S. Marine Versus NVA Soldier (Osprey, 80 pp., $18.95, paper; $15, .95 e book) is an excellent book for readers unfamiliar with the Vietnam War. In it, author David R. Higgins, a veteran…

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Eating With Veterans by Michael Lund

August 31, 2015

Michael Lund served in the U. S. Army as a correspondent in Vietnam, 1970-71. He is the author of a memoir,  Route 66 to Vietnam: A Draftee’s Story,   and a book of short stories,…

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Unburied Treasure by Martin C. Coy

August 27, 2015

On page two of Martin C. Coy's novel, Unburied Treasure (Xlibris, 156 pp., $29.99, hardcover; $19.99, paper; $3.99, Kindle), we meet an old man, Max. He lives in a retirement community and is taking a model-building…

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