The Green Berets by Robin Moore
The Amazing Story of the U.S. Army's Elite Special Forces Unit

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Robin Moore became one of the first true embedded journalists by training with and fighting alongside the Green Berets in Vietnam. Though fictionalized, his work is an eye-opening exposé of the horrors of the Vietnam War and the basis for the hit John Wayne movie of the same title. Taut, fast-paced, and interspersed with unforgettable accounts of combat, Moore's novel features an American major who goes "native" with Montagnard tribesmen, a courageous Vietnamese girl who poses as a rabid anti-American Communist to capture a murderous Viet Cong officer and the unforgettable acts of courage of soldiers in the field.
 

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Robin Moore survived WWII as a nose gunner in a B-17. He returned to the U.S. and graduated from Harvard in 1949. He has written more than two dozen major books, including the best-sellers The French Connection, The Green Berets, and his latest New York Times best-seller, The Hunt for Bin Laden. He lives in Concord, Massachusetts.Chuck Lightfoot is a graduate of the University of the Americas in Mexico and the American Graduate School of International Management in Arizona. He has written and published three books. He lives in Florida.
 
Published June 1, 2007 by Skyhorse Publishing. 448 pages
Genres: War, Literature & Fiction, History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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