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The Vietnam War was the most despised war in all of American History would have had to have been the Vietnam War. I remember being a young child while the war was going on. I remember the agony of daily body counts and the unbelievable celebrations of MIAs who returned after years of torture by the Viet Cong. I remember the reports of I remember draft dodgers and the protests.
What I didn’t know about was the secret war, the insidious war of mind control experiments that the government conducted at the same time. Tracy Gregory in this book brings them all together when Grant Windsor goes to Vietnam leaving behind a wife and two young children. Word comes back that he was killed in a fire, his body never recovered. The only sign that he had ever been there, was his dog tags. His wife Anna tries to move on, but even though she has Stephen waiting for her in the wings, she can’t seem to shake the idea that if she falls for Stephen, she will be cheating on Grant.
I highly recommend this intriguing spell-binding historical novel. I look forward to reading future novels by this author.
As the story progresses, Anna's courage and spirit are both tested through the inevitable death of her beloved Grant whom's body is never recovered due to the conspiracies of the war.
As well as the effects that the war brings upon her family and everyone she interacts with. Tracy Gregory presents in this 312 page novel a modern-day appeal that captivates the historical importance of one of America's most painful eras. This story is a true tribute to the brave souls who fought and perished for their country overseas and the families back home when they had left behind.
- Boss Kelly
This story is a genuine tribute to the overcome souls who battled and died for their nation abroad and the families back home when they had deserted.