There are only two guarantees’ we get in life—a slap on the ass when we’re born and a shovel full of dirt in our face when we die. In between we just try to survive in places like Vietnam. When four members of Special Forces A-Detachment 255 (Green Berets) finish their tour in Vietnam and return to 1969 America, things don’t always go as planned. Over there at least, you knew who the enemy was, and you left a calling card on their bodies after you aced them. Jerry Andrews is a successful L.A police detective. His friend, Willy Beal, is a down-and-outer who never got over his wartime experiences and relies on booze and drugs to get him through his long dark days and nights. People start dying and Andrews discovers the connections between his past and the present. He must visit the member’s-only Club Saigon, a place he’d rather not go, to find the killer and stop the slaughter.
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