Non-Fiction - Military

Innocence Lost

The Story of a Vietnam Vet
By Linda Gosson

Linda Gosson shares the story of a soldier who serves two terms in Vietnam, returns home to be diagnosed with PTSD and is hit with a second-degree felony charge because of his attempted suicide. Innocence Lost: The Story of a Vietnam Vet will open the...

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Israel's Edge

The Story of Talpiot The IDF's Most Elite Unit
By Jason Gewirtz

I have never been to Israel but I admire the people and the nation very much. I have trained alongside Israeli soldiers and have nothing but respect for the Israeli fighting man. I’m sure these positive attitudes are part of the reason I enjoyed Israel’s...

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I Wait

A Subjective Portrait of PTSD
By David Bowman

While there are some grammatical errors in this short story, they add to the rawness and impact rather than depreciate it. The author is a confessed sufferer of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) acquired during his service in Afghanistan. The story involves tenseness in the...

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In Our Duffel Bags

Surviving the Vietnam Era
By Richard C. Geschke & Robert A. Toto

"In Our Duffle Bags, Surviving the Vietnam Era" is a true story of hope and an account of survival set in two countries worlds apart, East/West Germany and North/South Vietnam. Such is the factual account of the two authors, Geschke and Toto. In Our Duffle...

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I Pray the Lord My Soul to Keep

A Tale of the Civil War
By Kenneth Tucker

Jerry Manning was raised by Crazy Annie and her dogs. No one knew the true story about how he came to live with her. She called him Raven. He was about five years old when she sent him to a military school. Could he be...

I Remember Quan Loi

By David L. Bedard

David L. Bedard served in Vietnam in for one year, returning home in 1970. He knew he was a different person even though no one else seemed to notice. Quan Loi had changed him. Years later, he decided to find a quiet place in which...