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Escape from Saigon: A Novel Hardcover – January 3, 2017
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The authors gather the perspectives shared by their characters into a delicately counterbalanced story that will both entertain and educate readers on the reality of war: with every thrilling victory comes loss. Men, women, soldiers, civilians, journalists, and politicians are all caught in the same chaos. The sum of their experiences brings an indistinct picture of Vietnam into brilliant focus. Escape from Saigon is intensely human, thoroughly compelling, and true to history.
Sylvia Gaezenzle -- American Grit
This historically accurate novel follows the lives of NBS-TV's first Vietnamese-American correspondent and the hard-hitting Sam Esposito of The Washington Legend whose news reports infuriated Richard Nixon, an American businessman who risks his life to smuggle out his employees; an American soldier searching for his wife's relatives, and a French expatriate barkeep hanging on the last vestiges of colonialism, along with US diplomats, including the disillusioned Ambassador Graham Martin, CIA operatives and double agents.
From the Author
When Michael Morris and I embarked on "Escape from Saigon - a Novel," I knew I would be stretching my historical research skills and creative muscles to write this debut novel, but I never realized that when I crawled down the rabbit hole and wandered into the pivotal event in my life -- indeed the lives of most of my generation -- that it would be such an emotional journey.
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