Betrayal: Never Waste a Soldier (paperback)
The author presents his tale within the context of what is now known to history – things we could not know in the period between 1965 and 1973 during which the levels of American ground combat forces in Vietnam exceeded half a million troops. The war is now widely seen as a ghastly mistake claiming 60,000 of America’s best. He includes many historical references in the book to give the reader context for a war most don’t understand.
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Finding Pony (Signed & Limited First Edition hardback)
FINDING PONY is a true to life and genuine telling of the difficulties that youth in the foster family & adoption system experience. It is a gritty story told from the point of view of those most affected by other’s actions, those with the most to lose. Disillusioned by the institutions designed to help, Jesse is forced to become an adult, and does his best to protect his sister and their way of family, sometimes without much success. Jesse is a villain. Jesse is a hero. Jesse is a survivor. Chance encounters teach him not everyone is who they appear, there are reasons and there are consequences for everything.
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Finding Pony (paperback)
FINDING PONY is a true to life and genuine telling of the difficulties that youth in the foster family & adoption system experience. It is a gritty story told from the point of view of those most affected by other’s actions, those with the most to lose. Disillusioned by the institutions designed to help, Jesse is forced to become an adult, and does his best to protect his sister and their way of family, sometimes without much success. Jesse is a villain. Jesse is a hero. Jesse is a survivor. Chance encounters teach him not everyone is who they appear, there are reasons and there are consequences for everything.
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How Far Is Heaven? (hardback)
A touching story dealing with the loss of a grandparent and Mikey's question of why. Told in the simple terms of a conversation, his mother explains how to deal with one of the most difficult situations we will all have to encounter some day. Illustrated with wonderful water-color illustrations, "How Far is Heaven" offers a starting point in a parent-child discussion.
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How Far Is Heaven? (paperback)
A touching story dealing with the loss of a grandparent and Mikey's question of why. Told in the simple terms of a conversation, his mother explains how to deal with one of the most difficult situations we will all have to encounter some day. Illustrated with wonderful water-color illustrations, "How Far is Heaven" offers a starting point in a parent-child discussion.
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