Keith R Parker served in US Army Special Forces in Latin America and Vietnam. In Vietnam he served on the I Corp Blackjack Team (A-100). He was awarded a Bronze Star with "V" device for valorous action in Vietnam's Valley Of Death. An environmental scientist, he worked worldwide and authored over 30 peer-reviewed scientific publications.
Published: May 16, 2015.
Fiction » Historical » USA
(4.83 from 6 reviews)
Special-ops veteran Keith R Parker takes us on his final recon operation into Vietnam's deadly Ashau Valley. His vivid prose fuses brutal combat, the Brotherhood and fatigue-induced delirium into a taut narrative about the deep-rooted emotions of human conflict and in the end, finding inner strength.
Memoirs of Forbidden Love
on May 21, 2015
Tom Hathaway is a fine writer. His economy of words, his command of prose, his flow of story.... As each story differs, so does its telling, as if each story had a different author, one who participated in the intimacy. Yet too, there's the fine writing consistent throughout. There's something smooth about the way Tom Hathaway carries along the reader through metaphors of greater social injustices. Better than a page turner; there's a deep interest generated by his style alone which carries us along. I not only want to see what he writes about but how he writes about it. They are inseparably fine. Tom Hathaway makes writing look easy.