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Informative, exciting, and sympathetic.
Part of the fascination of Castle's book comes from the odyssey he and the families [of the missing men] took inside the ludicrous world of top-secret military information.
An almost perfect example of investigative history not falling over into 'gotcha' journalism.
An invaluable book about one important incident in the secret war in Laos in 1968 that appears at a most opportune time.
— Colonel Michael E. Haas
— Chris Pastilelis
An excellent work that will surely provoke discussion and debate. Many historians will welcome the research into this previously little known area of the Vietnam War. Others will appreciate the author's exposure of what he claims to be government cover-up. Finally, no one will be able to resist the compelling description of a widow who takes on the callous bureaucracy to discover the truth behind her husband's disappearance in Laos
— Steve Weinberg
A combination of history, analysis, investigative journalism, and personal crusade focusing on the fate of nine U.S. Air Force personnel missing in action in Laos.
— Roland Green
— Anthony Day
Castle's suspenseful writing style and dogged tenacity penetrate the decades-long US government efforts to hide this shameful event. This authoritative account is also a refreshing departure from the all-too-common practice of describing dubious adventures without documenting sources.