The Devil's Garden: A War Crimes Investigator's Story

From the real world of war criminals, assassins, and spies, comes a true story of life, and often death, on the streets and in the darkest corners of the Earth. This is my first book. it is a memoir of my experiences investigating international war crimes and crimes against humanity in the former Yugoslavia.  

MWSA Recommended Reading List Summer 2013

The Military Writers Society of America (MWSA) is an organization of over one thousand writers, poets, and artists drawn together by a common bond of military service.  One purpose of our Society is to review the written works of our members.  From our recent book reviews, we’ve selected the following as our 2013 Summer Recommended Reading List:

Dead Men Flying: Victory in Viet Nam The Legend of Dust Off: by  General Patrick Brady with Meghan Brady Smith

A Wandering Warrior  by  Harry E. Gilleland, Jr.

MWSA Recommended Reading List Summer 2013

The Military Writers Society of America (MWSA) is an organization of over one thousand writers, poets, and artists drawn together by a common bond of military service.  One purpose of our Society is to review the written works of our members.  From our recent book reviews, we’ve selected the following as our 2013 Summer Recommended Reading List:

Dead Men Flying: Victory in Viet Nam The Legend of Dust Off: by  General Patrick Brady with Meghan Brady Smith

A Wandering Warrior  by  Harry E. Gilleland, Jr.

Alternate Route: One man's journey through the fog of PTSD

Vietnam Veteran struggles forty years with PTSD then seeks help! A great portrayal of fighting the jungle within and spiritual resolve.

Alternate Route: One man's journey through the fog of PTSD
by Ray LePoidevin
Book Category: Memoir
Reviewed by Hodge Wood

ISBN (links go to the MWSA Amazon store): 1482393077

Author(s) Mentioned: 
LePoidevin, Ray

Webmaster's Corner - Blogs with Images

You can include images with blog posts. For example, this post includes an image of my "editor" Muttley. While not a military-related image, people do seem to like cats. 

Seriously, you should consider including images when you have a good photo or illustration that "fits" your blog entries. You do need to have the legal rights to the image, or the image must be in the public domain. I encourage the use of photographs you've taken with a good camera. 

Images attract readers!

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