Whether it was the war you'd loved or the war you loved to hate, the Nam wasn't over when it was over. Lt. Adrian Pokorny and Sgt. Paul Murphy learned that lesson over 40 years of silent struggle back in The World after serving in the mountains of I Corps with the 101st Airborne Division. They were the only survivors in a separated element of Pokorny's platoon in the summer of 1970 after a firefight in a no-name village. What they craved was a shot at redemption.
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About the Author
Tim Coder is a retired wire-service and newspaper journalist who worked in Omaha, Chicago and Albuquerque. He served with the 101st Airborne Division in 1969-70 as an infantry squad leader and later as a writer with the First Battalion and Third Brigade information offices. He holds a Classical Bachelor of Arts from Creighton University and a Master of Science degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. He and his wife, Monica, live in Corrales, NM. "War Without End, Amen: A Vietnam Story" is his first novel. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.