In Evil's Grip: A Novel of the Vietnam War. Book One: The Battle at the MACV Compound, Tet 1968 [NOOK Book]

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"What the United States Military did in Korea and Vietnam was the most difficult and most important task any armed force in the history of the world has ever done." So starts Book One of the Vietnam War series - In Evil's Grip. One reader, after seeing the provocative opening line exclaimed, "You better back up that claim!" And, agree or disagree, the author backs up his claim and makes a convincing case the Vietnam War was the most important military action in the history of the world. You'll have to read the book to find out why!
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In Evil's Grip: A Novel of the Vietnam War. Book One: The Battle at the MACV Compound, Tet 1968

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Overview

"What the United States Military did in Korea and Vietnam was the most difficult and most important task any armed force in the history of the world has ever done." So starts Book One of the Vietnam War series - In Evil's Grip. One reader, after seeing the provocative opening line exclaimed, "You better back up that claim!" And, agree or disagree, the author backs up his claim and makes a convincing case the Vietnam War was the most important military action in the history of the world. You'll have to read the book to find out why!
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Jeffrey Dutton Smith was a Major in the United States Army, has run a successful construction company since exiting the Army, and has a Master's Degree in Business Administration. He has two daughters, two sons-in-law and four grandchildren. He lives in a small town in North Carolina with his wife of 33 years and three dogs. This is his second book and first novel.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2012

    Not good - written by a 10 year old?

    Not written well - characters' dialogs dumb dumb dumb

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2011

    Wow...Maybe the Vietnam War was not a mistake after all

    I always thought the Vietnam War was a tragedy and a waste and a big mistake. Now, at least I see a different perspective. The author makes his case that Vietnam was not a mistake. And he gives an exciting story to boot.

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