RJ Janzen is a man dedicated to helping those who are losing their homes to foreclosure by suing lenders and those he believes caused the housing crisis. His powerful enemies try to stop him by accusing him of treason when they discover he was captured in the Vietnam War by the Viet Cong. The fate of all involved rides on whether or not Janzen can prove he is really an American hero.
A searing novel of the U.S. Marines in the hell of Vietnam. The author is a former Marine and a former writer, director and cinematographer for TV. He has also written a series of life-saving dietary books from Macmillan St. Martin's and the thriller novel, Air France One, released in 2011.
Published: November 4, 2010.
Nonfiction » History » War
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Some Americans called them “Ruff-Puffs” and laughed at them. We called them our brothers and lived and fought alongside them every day in South Vietnam. These militia troops fought for freedom for their towns and families - and we fought with them.
This is the story of a MAT team (5 American Army advisors) in one of the 244 Districts in South Vietnam and about our great militia counterparts.
A ragtag group of American GIs and an isolated unit of Viet Cong guerrillas collide with an unfathomable horror in the depths of the Vietnam jungle. Their shared nightmare reflects the darkest part of human nature, and amidst the turmoil of murder and mutiny the soldiers are forced to answer a haunting question -- can a man ever run away from himself and truly manage to escape?