Hotel Constellation: Notes from America's Secret War in Laos

Expelled from Viet Nam in 1970, college student David L. Haase stumbles upon the CIA’s secret war next door in Laos. For two years, he witnesses the unraveling tragedy, takes notes and does his best to grow up. More

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About David L. Haase

David L. Haase is a former journalist who got his start as a free-lancer covering the war in Viet-Nam. He helped produce the Watergate hearings on public TV; won awards for uncovering corruption in state prisons and for documenting the failure of a public education system; traveled the campaign trail with presidential candidates and spoke about freedom of the press in Eastern European countries as communism fell. In the mid-1990s, he wrote a pioneering column about the new Internet technology before blogs were ever created.

Newly retired, he’s turned his reporter’s eye to fiction, scifi and supernatural adventure stories. But first, he had to write his story, of growing up in a combat zone.

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