613 West Jefferson by D. S. Lliteras

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Rick Santo is a civilian again after narrowly escaping the jungles of Vietnam - but a part of him is still at war. Drifting and unable to commit to any purpose, Santo finds santuary in a halfway house among other desperate refugees from the harsh realities of life. In a shallow, formless existence where monatary pleasures are the only things worth living for and loyalites shift with the wind, Santo finds the freedom to accept his past and make a new start.

- Based on the personal experiences of accomplised novelist D.S. Lliteras

- Images of war juxtaposed with the desperate experience of life in a halfway house open a special window into the world of a human soul in conflict

- A courageous, intensely personal, and thought-provoking look at the emotional devastation of war

- Relevant to our nation's ongoing attempt to heal the bitter wounds of Vietnam


About D. S. Lliteras

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D. S. Lliteras is a veteran of the Vietnam War, where he was a combat corpsman with the First Recon Marines and earned the Bronze Star medal with Combat "V." Years later, as a professional firefighter he received the Medal of Honor. 613 West Jefferson is his seventh published novel.
Published March 1, 2001 by Hampton Roads Pub Co Inc. 199 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, War, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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