The Kaserne

“Daddy? What did you do during The Eternal Cold War?”
In the tradition of MASH and Catch-22, The Kaserne answers that question on behalf of several ten-millions who served abroad in this vividly realistic story of soldiers, civilians, men and women, Americans and Germans on a small forlornly threadbare US Army base in Germany. More

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Published: Jan. 18, 2012
Words: 140,620
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465922816
About Stephen Ricker

Stephen Ricker has worked as a lifeguard, a smuggler (Neither guns nor drugs), a Dramaturg, as a DOD civilian in Europe until the danged Soviets suddenly gave up on him, an importer, bartender, as a Jeopardy! Champion, and a wine expert. He lives with his dear lovely wife, Carmen, and their geriatric golden retriever in Laguna Beach, California. The Kaserne is his first novel.

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