Vietnam: Reflections of an Interrogator

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The Vietnam War as seen through the eyes of a GI who served as a translator/interrogator with Psychological Operations while in Vietnam during the war. The book tells of his experiences and his thoughts on the war.

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About Donald H Sullivan

I'm a native Floridian, retired from the US Army, I started writing in the army, mostly training and tech manuals. Boring stuff, but it whetted my interest in writing. I've written sci-fi, thrillers, mysteries, humor, fantasies, horror, and more. I'm now living in NC. While in the army, I served in air defense artillery, military intelligence, and psychological operations. I also worked in Federal Civil Service as a quality assurance specialist, ammunition surveillance. I love writing, reading, most kinds of music, and animals--especially dogs.


Review by: Anthony O'Brian on Dec. 1, 2013 :
This is a good read. Very organized writing process, and well written. I have read many books on the Vietnam War and I still found this informative, interesting, and engaging. There were several new things I learned/read for the first time. Don't expect a shootem up. This is a short narrative, but worth your time. The author's opinion on the war, its execution (or lack thereof), politics, cause, and ultimate outcome is very balanced, sensible, and I deem, in my humble opinion accurate. The only thing I personally wished I could have read is a little more behind the science of interrogation and the process. For this I would give it a 4 1/2 stars.
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
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