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The Ghosts of Hanoi

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“According to the Defense Prisoner of War/Missing Personnel Office there are still 1,681 U.S. servicemen still unaccounted for from the Vietnam War.” That statement comes from the Defense Prisoner of War/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO), and is dated 27 March 2012. During the late 1970s and 1980s, a large number of people including influential members of the US Government b ...more
ebook, 300 pages
Published (first published July 19th 2010)
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Jun 24, 2015 Towerbabel rated it really liked it
Fascinating history brought to life with a behind-the-scenes narrative

Set in the complicated midst of the Vietnam war, Ghosts tells the story of Anthony Basilio, known as Buzz, who is tasked by the US military to investigate whether there are prisoners of war still alive in Hanoi. But Buzz does not toe the official line. He begins to delve beyond the protocol and bureaucracy that complicates and obscures much of the conflict to find the real truth on the ground of Hanoi, and recover the real c
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Why I Wrote This Book 1 2 Nov 26, 2011 06:57AM  
I am a retired US Government employee who recently finished a second career as a Defense contractor in the United Kingdom. I started writing fiction some 20 years ago but, with a full-time job and other obligations, I never gave my writing the time necessary to become truly successful. Now, I hope to devote full-time to being an author. I have written two novels and several short stories, a couple ...more
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