America's Diplomats: The Road To Attleboro

America's Diplomats: The Road To Attleboro

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Winner of the 2011 Military Fiction National Indie Excellence Award.

America's Diplomats, the first in the John Joseph Sharpe trilogy series followed by Eyes of the Blind and Above All,  powerfully portrays the Vietnam conflict's initial phase when patriotism still reigned supreme. All wars spawn simple heroes from youthful naivety as boy-soldiers evolve into weathered combat veterans. Young Jay Sharpe is no exception. Born into a long lineage of patriots, he never questions his generation's call to arms. Filled with wanderlust and rarely sure of what he wants, but knowing precisely what he does not want, a predictable marriage to his high school sweetheart and looming job at the local sawmill in his small hometown after graduation, he gallops off to the nearest Army recruiter to become Private John Joseph Sharpe, All-American hero. After rigorous training, he emerges as one of the Army's elite paratroopers and eagerly sails off to Vietnam and the golden opportunities awaiting him there--a near fatal encounter with the 9th North Vietnamese "Ghost" Regiment in the legendary battle of Attleboro, the largest land engagement of the entire war effort. His gripping tale of the trials of a soldier in our nation's most controversial confrontation is a graphic chronicle of love, hate, hope, and despair in an era of uncertainty and misdirection.

Product Details

  • Author: John W. Huffman
  • Publication Date: 2011-03-21
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Product Group: Book
  • Manufacturer: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Binding: Paperback, 578 pages
  • Item Dimensions:
    • Dimensions: 500L x 131W x 800H
    • Weight: 124
  • Package Dimensions:
    • Dimensions: 800L x 500W x 131H
    • Weight: 159
  • List Price: $19.99
  • ISBN: 1453645691
  • ASIN: 1453645691

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