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DeMille, who saw his own tour of duty in Vietnam (and even found a letter on a dead Vietnamese soldier), intersperses historical facts and chilling political possibilities with enough local color to provide some serious flashbacks for his fellow veterans. To non-vets the book may seem very long, but the payoff at the end is worth a couple hundred extra pages. --Barrie Trinkle --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Most interesting from beginning to the end,I enjoyed every page of it, Hans SeidlitzPublished 4 days ago by Hans Seidlitz
Up Country, Lion's Game and Charm School are his absolute best, my all-time favorites.Published 7 days ago by Caroline Bay
Thought I was getting an action thriller but ended up with an absolutely boring tour book complete with menus suggestions and restaurant reviews. Total garbage.Published 8 days ago by Andy D
Meaningful to one who served or lived through the Vietnam war years, particularly, someone considering re-visiting Vietnam. Sort of a cop out ending.Published 9 days ago by Nani B
Excellent read. Learned a lot of a country that I will never see and relived a war that was a tragedy. Story line keep me interested and the book was hard to put down. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Pat Cap
Good story but a little too much detail about Vietnam geography. His hero always meets a beautiful colleague on the case.Published 16 days ago by Claire C. Hesse
DeMille paints amazing character portraits and engaging plot twists that kept me turning pages well into the night.