The Real Dragon by Louisa Hagner Trigg

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Set on the eve of the Vietnam War, The Real Dragon is a fast-paced novel of love and romance, politics and danger. The story moves from steamy backstreet Saigon neighborhoods to the tennis courts and dinner parties of foreign society, and climaxes in a high-country jungle. There East meets West in a cremony that turns violent, testing the courage and honor of all concerned.

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trigg lived from 1959 to 1964 in saigon
Published February 28, 2001 by Daniel & Daniel Publishers. 512 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Only Trigg's determination to show the possibilities of reconciliation as dramatized in a scene between the widow and the terrorist leader strikes a false note.

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