"A carefully researched study. . . . Just when you think there is not much new to say about a subject, along comes a book that overhauls your understanding of that subject. . . . An illuminating book."
--Tom Ricks, Foreign Policy
"This is an important book because it breaks new ground in the field of military and legal studies. It is the first in-depth and comprehensive study of 'fragging' during the Vietnam War."
--Fred L. Borch, Journal of Military History
"A long-overdue discussion of the killing or attempted killing of unpopular officers during the Vietnam War. . . ."
--George M. Eberhart, College & Research Libraries News
About the Author
After several years in the U.S. Army, George Lepre is currently pursuing a graduate degree at the New School for Social Research. His first book, Himmler’s Bosnian Division, was the recipient of the Sydney Zebel History Award from Rutgers University.