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- Print Length: 211 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1945302143
- Publisher: Italics Publishing (September 23, 2017)
- Publication Date: September 23, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B075PD7SZH
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As with other novels by Wolfe, this story includes factual information and insights, in this case into PTSD, and this detail adds credibility and believability to the plot without at all slowing the pace. In addition, like other Wolfe novels, even the lessor characters leap off the pages as real people one might actually know or have met in passing.
"Stories Untold" clearly took either personal knowledge or serious research as background to the writing, and the result is an important work that is quite entertaining, and perhaps far more importantly, also a valuable contribution to understanding what far too many veterans face during and after the sacrifices they make in service to us, their fellow citizens.
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