The Discharge is the third novel in Gary Reilly’s trilogy chronicling the life and times of Private Palmer as he returns from the U.S. Army to civilian life after a tour of duty in Vietnam. It is a largely autobiographical series based on his own two years of service, 1969-1971, which included a year in Southeast Asia. In the first book, The Enlisted Men’s Club, Palmer is stationed as an MP trainee at the Presidio…"The Discharge (Private Palmer, Book 3) by Gary Reilly – Promotion"
Ex-Marine Force Recon Luke Sims is a veteran of two wars: Vietnam and the one inside his head. He’s spent the last fourteen years attending self-help group sessions at a local Veterans’ Center to help him be normal, to cope with the memories and trauma of his tour of duty. On the outside, he seems fine. But looks can deceive and it’s not long before Luke goes to war with his incredible skill set…"By What is Sure to Follow, A PTSD Odyssey by Don Burton – Review"
VIETNAM VETERAN SHARES FIRST-HAND EXPERIENCE OF SIX YEARS AS PRISONER OF WAR Former Lieutenant Robert Wideman praised by veterans for his memoir Unexpected Prisoner; a unique glimpse into the courage and endurance of POWs Fort Collins, CO — When Lieutenant Robert Wideman’s plane crashed on a bombing run in the Vietnam War, his worst fears became reality when he was captured in North Vietnam and held captive as a Prisoner of War for six long…"Unexpected Prisoner: Memoir of a Vietnam POW by Lieutenant Robert Wideman – Excerpt, Interview"
Available on Amazon – http://amzn.to/2aQgkjy Based on authentic letters from the era, My Darling Dorothy is a timeless love story that transcends both hard times and the brutal impact of war. The tumult of the Great Depression and World War II provides the background for a novel about three young people; Tommie, Jack and Dorothy and their challenges, struggles, defeats, and triumphs. Tommie struggles to survive the Bataan Death March in the fall of…"My Darling Dorothy by Jo Virden – Spotlight"