War Without End, Amen: A Vietnam Story
by Tim Coder
Published: April 2013
Genre: Fiction, Military, Vietnam
Format Available For Review: Kindle ebook, paperback
Whether it was the war you’d loved or the war you loved to hate, Vietnam wasn’t over when it was over. It didn’t end with with the Army order that sent you back to The World. And it didn’t end with the human finality of death. If you’d screwed up as a grunt in the field, you owed one final chit to the Nam. The big one. Yourself. Sins of omission and commission must be atoned for when you checked into the other side. They were a debt you had to pay. The Nam wasn’t over until the golds of the godforsaken jungle said it was finally over. It was done when you’d done you duty. Done it to the nod of the gods.
Forty-years after a deadly firefight in a no-name village in I Corps in which villagers were slain and members of their small, 101st Airborne Unit were killed, Sgt. Paul Murphy and Lt. Adrian Pokorny are seeking a measure of redemption.
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