Jud.Us by Ph.d. Michael N. Raskin

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JUD.US follows the life of a small-town Maine boy, straight out of school, and how his seeking a little adventure, through an enlistment in the Marines, introduced him to pre-war Vietnam. As a result of his friendly disposition, and small-town naivete, he survives the terror of a kidnapping, and spends a decade as a prisoner of the North Vietnamese, without ever tasting, or even being aware of, a war, from which he suffers, but in which he never actively participates.
In his captivity, he finds his only freedom; and, in his eventual repatriation, a deep isolation from his very soul. The question which remains is…..why? …What could he know that’s dangerous to anyone?!!!!

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Published October 7, 2005 by Xlibris. 396 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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