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28447.) AARON, JASON: ->Other Side. PB:DC Comics: New York, 2007. 1st Edition 1420 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade
ed., a mint copy. The horrors and stupidty of war is well illustrated in this comic book format. Illustrated by Cameron
Stewart with a foreword by Dale Dye.

1385.) AARONS, EDWARD S.: ->Assignment Cong Hai Kill. PB:Fawcett Publications: Greenwich, Ct., 1966. 1st
Edition 191 pgs., $7.5 Wraps original, slightly cocked, o/w a v/g copy. A CIA agent in Bangkok is given the
assignment is to bring back alive a defector hiding out in jungles of Southeast Asia with whom the cover blurb states
are the Reds. A real period piece.

1386.) ABEL, ROBERT: ->The Progress of a Fire. HC:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 508 pgs.,
$1.99 Spine slightly cocked, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A Vietnam vet and a Chinese-American painter who deal
with a lawless family gang in rural western Massachusetts.

1387.) ADOLPH, STEVE: ->Dai Uy. PB:Phillips Publications: Williamstown, N.J., 1991. 1st Edition 217 pgs., $12.5
Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. A novel of a Special Forces Officer who heads a special mission after the war to go Dak
Pek to find gold hidden there. The plot thickens, involving contact with the FULRO, a Montagnard resistance group
and a foray into Vietnam via Laos. Author served with the Special Forces in Vietnam.

6619.) ALEXANDER, DAVID: ->When the Buffalo Fight. PB:Bantam Books: New york, 1987. 225 pgs., $6 Wraps
mass market, a v/g copy. A novel based on the deployment of the Australian infantry battalion in Vietnam and their

1388.) AMOS, JAMES: ->The Memorial. HC:Crown Publishers: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 261 pgs., $7.5 PB:Avon
Books: New York, 1990. 279 pgs., $3 Name on enpaper, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps mass market ed., a v/g
copy. A Marine visits the Vietnam Memorial and reflects on his Vietnam experience. Author served as an officer in
the Marine Corps in Vietnam.
28948.) ANDERSON, Eds. MAGGIE and ALEX GILDZEN: ->A Gathering of Poets. Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus
copy. In May of 1990, more than 300 poets came together at Kent State to remember the 4 students killed and 9
wounded at Kent State. This collection contains a selection of 140 of their poems.

1218.) ANDERSON, JACK and BILL PRONZINI:->The Cambodia File. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1981. 1st
Edition 431 pgs., $12 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. The setting of this novel begins with fall of Phnom Penh followed
by subsequent Khmer Rouge atrocities. The authors blend documentary evidence with bold imagination to reveal
the human tragedy of Cambodia.
1390.) ANDERSON, ROBERT A.: ->Cooks and Bakers. PB:Avon Books: New York, 1982. 1st Edition 205 pgs., $5
Wraps mass market original, foxing pages edge, a good plus copy. Another copy, $6.00, 3rd ed., a v/g copy. A
Marine lieutenant who arrives in Vietnam just prior to the TET offensive and he sees action in the battle for Hue.
Author was also a Marine lieutenat who was a particpant in the battle for Hue.

1391.) ANDERSON, ROBERT A.: ->Service For the Dead. HC:Arbor House: New York, 1986. 1st Edition 274 pgs.,
$20 Light stain on foreedge & light soiling top edge, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g plus d/j. A Marine is wounded and
while recovering in a hospital, he has flashbacks of his Vietnam experience. Author served as an infantry lieutenant
in the Marines and he participated in the battle for Hue during the TET offensive.

1393.) ANISFIELD, Ed. NANCY: ->Vietnam Anthology: American War Literature. HC:Bowling Green State University:
Bowling Green, OH, 1987. 150 pgs., $25 PB:Bowling Green State University: Bowling Green, OH, 1987. 150 pgs.,
$12.95 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This anthology contains novel excerpts,
short stories, drama excerpts, and poetry.
1395.) ARGO, RONALD: ->Year of the Monkey. HC:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 382 pgs., $12.5
PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1991. 1st Edition 403 pgs., $5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Another copy, $7.50, a
bright green stain on fore edge which is also on edge of last 70 pp., o/w a v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps mass
market ed., a v/g copy. The setting of this novel is the TET offensive and covers the front lines to the echelon.
Author served with the Army in Vietnam from 1970-71 as a journalist.


4517.) AX, CARL: ->After 'Nam: A Police Story. PB:WinePress Publishing: Mountlake Terrace, WA, 1993. 244
pgs., $5 Wraps trade ed., signed by author, a mint copy. A Marine Vietnam veteran whose war continues after
coming home when he decides to become a police officer.

1400.) BABER, ASA: ->The Land of a Million Elephants. HC:William Morrow & Co.: New York, 1970. 1st Edition 152
pgs., $15 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. The setting of this novel is the mythical kingdom of Chanda in Southeast Asia
that is 'officially neutral' during the Vietnam War. This country can be no other than Laos.

6475.) BAINBRIDGE, CHUCK: ->The Hard Corps. PB:Jove Books: New York, 1986. 325 pgs., $6 Wraps mass market
ed., a v/g copy. A former Vietcong commander exports his brand of guerilla warfare to the Pacific Northwest where a
group of former Green Berets have a fortified compound as they engage in fighting for fortune and freedom on a
global battlefield.
1401.) BAKER, KENNETH WAYMON: ->Alone In the Valley. HC:Permanent Press: Sag Harbor, NY, 1992. 296 pgs.,
$7.5 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. Novel of a nineteen year-old grunt that depicts his 12 month tour of duty,
pursuing an elusive enemy through the steamy jungles of the Central Highlands.

7131.) BALABAN, Ed. JOHN: ->Ca Dao Vietnam: A Bilingual Anthology of Vietnamese Folk Poetry. PB:Unicorn
Press: Greensboro, NC, 1980. 87 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. A bilingual collection of ca dao-short
lyric poems drawn from Vietnam's oral folk traditions with an informative introuduction by Balaban.

8733.) BALABAN, Ed. JOHN: ->Spring Essence: The Poetry of Ho Xuan Huong. PB:Copper Canyon Press: Port
Townsend, WA, 2000. 2nd Edition 134 pgs., $15 Wraps a mint copy. Ho Xuan Huong was an 18th century concubine
who wrote subtly risque poems that used doube entendre and sexual innuendo as a vehicle for social, religious, and
political commentary.
1405.) BALABAN, JOHN: ->Coming Down Again. HC:Harcourt Brace & Jovanovich: San Diego, Ca., 1985. 1st
Edition 240 pgs., $12 PB:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 240 pgs., $7.5 A fine copy iin a v/g d/j.
Wraps a trade size ed., remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a v/g copy. A couple is arrested for heroin smuggling by a
Thai border patrol unit. All the characters and the politics of heroin of the Golden Triangle are woven into this
novel.
5891.) BALABAN, JOHN: ->Locusts at the Edge of Summer. PB:Copper Canyon Press: Port Townsend, WA, 1997.
147 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This collection of poems by Balaban contains new and selected older

3726.) BALFOUR, Ed. VIVIAN VIE: ->The Perimeter of Light: Short Fiction and Other Writing About the Vietnam
War. PB:New Rivers Press: New York, 1992. 1ST Edition 302 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., ex-library, plastic coat on
outisde cover, a v/g copy. A collection of twenty-six writers that explore the Vietnam War from many different angles
with voices ranging from soldiers, draft-dodgers, veterans, and families of MIAs, etc..

1407.) BANCOFF, CARL: ->A Forgotton Man. HC:Seth Press: Ardmore, Pa., 1987. 1st Edition 324 pgs., $7.5 A v/g
copy in a v/g d/j. A sensitve and prominient Jewish doctor volunteers for Vietnam. Author served as a flight surgeon
in Vietnam and he is from Philadelphia as was the doctor in the book.


3247.) BANKS, CLIFF: ->Tunnel Rats. PB:Popular Library: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 198 pgs., $6 Wraps mass
market, a v/g copy. A four man Army team engage the VC in tunnels around Saigon in order to halt an enemy
offensive soon to be launched from one of these tunnels.

8108.) BARNES, H. LEE: ->Gunning for Ho. PB:University of Neveda Press: Reno, NV, 2000. 1st Edition 156 pgs.,
$15 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This novel provides a wide range of interesting characters, a Berkeley-educated
North Vietnamese Colonel who proposes a baseball game with American forces in the A Shau Valley, etc.. The
author served with the Special Forces in Vietnam.
8474.) BARNES, THOMAS J.: ->Tay Son: Rebellion in 18th Century Vietnam. PB:Xlibris Corporation: , 2000. 214
pgs., $18 Wraps trade ed., a mimt copy. A historical novel base on the Tay Son rebellion in the 18th century. Author
served as a foreign service officer in Vietnam during the war.

25157.) BARNES, THOMAS J.: ->Vietnam When the Tanks Were Elephants. PB:Xlibris: , 2005. 321 pgs., $20.5
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A historical novel with the Tay Son rebellion as the setting that began in 1771. First
person narratives of eight leaders of this movement are presented.

8199.) BARRETT, DEAN: ->Kingdom of Make-Believe. PB:Village East Books: New York, 1999. 1st Edition 272
pgs., $11.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A New York publisher who had served in Thailand during the Vietnam
War returns 20 years later to help his late brother's Thai widow. His nostalgic portrait he carried of Thailand no
longer bears any resemblance to reality.
1409.) BARRUS, TIM: ->Anywhere, Anywhere. PB:Knights Press: Pound Ridge, N.Y., 1987. 239 pgs., $12.5 Wraps
trade ed., a v/g copy. A novel of two gay Marines and their experiences in Vietnam and after the war where one
lives in a gay community. Author has written for gay magazines and newspapers across the country.

1411.) BARRY, Eds. JAN & W. D. EHRHART: ->Demilitarized Zones: Veterans After Vietnam. PB:East River
Anthology: Perkasie, PA, 1976. 1st Edition 182 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., signed by Barry, a v/g copy. Another
copy, $15.00, wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. An anthology of Vietnam War poetry primarily by Vietnam veterans at a
time when veterans were being neglected by the general public, more so than at any point after the war. Jan Barry
and W.D. Ehrhart were responsible for organizing East River Anthology as a non-profit artists' cooperative in 1975 A
drawing of veterans standing from the "DMZ" to the "Unemployment Insurance" office is on the title page.

24147.) BARRY, JAN: ->Earth Songs: New and Selected Songs. PB:iUniverse: Lincoln, NE, 2003. 143 pgs.,
$16.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This editions contains previously published poems by Barry and new

1412.) BASSETT, JAMES: ->The Sky Suspended. HC:Delacorte Press: New York, 1968. 1st Edition 326 pgs., $6
Ex-library, markings enpapers, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A World War II naval hero goes up a Southeast Asian
coastline in a PT boat to destroy a Communist supply armada. Author wrote 'Harms Way".

6803.) BAUER, BILL: ->Last Lambs: New and Selected Poems of Vietnam. PB:BkMk Press: Kansas City, MO, 1997.
61 pgs., $11.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Poetry seeks to give future generations curious about the Vietnam era
insight into the moral ambivalence and personal frustration of the American soldier. Author served as a grunt in an
infantry company stationed along the Cambodian border.

1414.) BAX, MARTIN: ->The Hospital Ship. HC:New Directions: New York, 1976. 223 pgs., $6 Ex-library with
markings top edge & inside covers. Spots on foreedge, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g plus d/j. An atomic-powered ark
attempts to salvage a 'remnant' from an unstable war wrecked world. The author of this novel is British and though it
does not directly allude to Vietnam, it was written in the aftermath of the war.


7807.) BEIDLER, PHILIP: ->Re-Writing America: Vietnam Authors in Their Generation. HC:University of Georgia
Press: Athens, GA, 1991. 333 pgs., $15 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Another copy, $10.00, a v/g copy.. The
writer argues that Vietnam authors have undertaken a common project of cultural revision, comparing them to the
novelists that emerged from World War I. Beidler is a Vietnam veteran.

1415.) BERENT, MARK: ->Eagle Station. PB:Jove Books: New York, 1993. 1st Edition 388 pgs., $6 Wraps a mass
market ed., a v/g plus copy. A novel based on the fall of Site 85 in Laos. The author served three tours in Southeast
Asia as an air force pilot, operating out of Thailand during the Vietnam War.

1341.) BIANCHI, CHUCK: ->Black Bitches Dancing With Charlie. PB:Pinnacle Books: New York, 1989. 1st Edition
349 pgs., $4 Wraps mass market ed., spine slightly cocked, a good plus copy. The main character of this novel is a
black Marine platoon leader who is so hated by the Communist that Ho Chi Minh personally places a one million
piastre price on his head.

8531.) BIBBY, MICHAEL: ->Hearts and Minds: Bodies, Poetry, and Resistance in the Vietnam Era. HC:Rutgers
Univeristy Press: New Brunswick, NJ, 1996. 1st Edition 250 pgs., $12.5 PB:Rutgers University Press: New Brunswick,
NJ, 1996. 250 pgs., $7.5 A mint copy. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book is a study of the poems of the Black
Liberation, Women's Liberation, and GI Resistance movements during the Vietnam era.

1342.) BIDERMAN, BOB: ->Letters To Nanette. PB:Early Stages Press: San Francisco, CA, 1982. 247 pgs., $12.5
Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A draftee who enters the Army one year before the Vietnam War explodes into the
American consciousness. It reflects the issues of the 60's.

1344.) BLACKER, IRWIN R.: ->Search and Destroy. PB:Dell Publishing Co.: New York, 1967. 1st Edition 237 pgs.,
$4 Wraps a mass market ed., a good plus copy. A special mission seeks to destroy installations near Hanoi. It is
interesting that Random House published this title as throughout the Vietnam War, the titles they published were all
against the American involvement in Southeast Asia. Title was published simultaneously in Great Britain by Cassell.


28953.) BOBELA, Eds. HEIDI A., ALDEN BYRHOLDT, LUCRETIA DAVIS, MICHELE FLEET-FOSTER, HEATHER
HUGHES & B.00.RIGNEY:->Incoming: After Images of Vietnam, the 80's Generation Reacts.. Wraps trade ed., a
v/g plus copy. An anthology that grew out of the 1987 Steinman Festival of the Arts, the theme which as Art and he
Vietnam Ear: The Politics of Memory.
1348.) BODEY, DONALD: ->F.N.G. HC:Viking Penguin, Inc.: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 272 pgs., $12 Review
copy with a review laid in, a v/g plus in a v/g plus d/j. This novel depicts the grunt's experience and view of the
Vietnam War. His interest is only surviving rather than winning the war. A novel of an infantryman in Vietnam who
is only interested in surviving the war rather than winning the war against the communists. Author served in Vietnam.

1351.) BOSSE, MALCOLM: ->The Man Who Loved Zoos. HC:G. P. Putnam's Sons: New York, 1974. BC Edition 184
pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A novel of a disturbed Vietnam vet who is mysteriously killed.

1353.) BOULLE, PIERRE: ->Ears of the Jungle. HC:Vanguard Press: New York, 1972. 1st Edition 224 pgs., $25 A
v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. The North Vietnamese seek to counter U.S. electronic devices along the Ho Chi Minh
trail. Author wrote 'Planet of the Apes.'

6178.) BOWEN, Eds. KEVIN and BRUCE WEIGL: ->Writing Between the Lines: An Anthology on War and Its Social
Consequences. PB:University of Massashusetts Press: Amherst, MA, 1997. 314 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. This anthology is divided into five sections, the first being 'In Country' , 2nd ' The Aftermath,' 3rd ' Across
Borders' which deals with Central America, 4th 'Going Back,' and 5th ' Works From Viet Nam.'

7258.) BOWEN, Eds., KEVIN, NGUYEN BA CHUNG and WEIGL:->Mountain River: Vietnamese Poetry from the Wars,
1948-1993. PB:University of Massachusetts Press: Amherst, MA, 1998. 266 pgs., $15.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. Book reflects the thoughts and feelings of the major Vietnamese writers who lived through years of war, first
with the French and later with the Americans.
7203.) BOWEN, KEVIN: ->Forms of Prayer at the Hotel Edison. PB:Curbstone Press: Willimantic, Ct., 1998. 1st
Edition 73 pgs., $12.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Poetry written by a Vietnam veteran and he was serving as
Director of the William Joiner Center for the Study of War and Social Consequences at UMass-Boston at the time of
book's publicaiton.
7202.) BOWEN, KEVIN: ->Playing Basketball with the Viet Cong. PB:Curbstoen Prss: Willimantic, CT, 1994. 1st
Edition 63 pgs., $10.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Another collection of poetry by Bowen. See 'Forms of Prayer
at the Hotal Edison' as to his background.

9157.) BOWEN, THOMAS and LYDIA FISH: ->The Longest Year: A Collection of Sons by Advisors and Civilians in
the Vietnam War. PB:Privately printed.: Buffalo, NY, 1990. 56 pgs., $10 Wraps spiral bound monograph, a mint
copy. This collection contains 62 songs which are identified as to their source and origin.

1421.) BOYD, WILLIAM: ->On the Yankeee Station: Stories by William Boyd. HC:William Morrown & Co.: New York,
1984. 1st Edition 217 pgs., $20 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. In this collection of short stories, there is a story of a
Navy enlisted man on a carrier off the coast of Vietnam.

1423.) BOYNE, WALTER J.: ->The Wild Blue. HC:Crown Publishers: New York, 1986. 1st Edition 626 pgs., $12.5
A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. The setting of this novel begins in 1947 and follows the careers of several officers
through the establishment of the Air Force as a separate military branch and carries on through the Vietnam War of
which a third of the book is devoted to.
6342.) BRANIGAN, CAT: ->Wings Over Nam No. 3: Linebacker. PB:Popular Library: New York, 1989. 1st Edition
185 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market, a v/g copy. This novel is about the rescue of a B-52 pilot shot down during the

1426.) BRITTON, CHRISTOPHER: ->Paybacks. PB:Popular Library: New York, 1986. 1st Edition 330 pgs., $4
Wraps mass market ed., spine cocked, o/w a good plus copy. A Marine Vietnam veteran who is a DI is accused of
negilence in the death of a Marine recruit The command is in need of a public relations conviction.

1429.) BROSSARD, CHANDLER: ->Wake Up. We're Almost There. HC:Richard W. Baron Publishing Co.: New York,
1971. 1st Edition 540 pgs., $15 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A novel in which the characters pursue their ecstasies and
games. Three sections of this book are related to experiences in Vietnam, one involving a black homosexual serving
in the Central Highlands and a lieutenant of Cherokee Indian background.

24853.) BROUBY, SAUL, CHIP DOCKERY, BILL ELLIS, TOBY HUGHES, DICK JONAS, & CHUCK ROSENBERG:->In
Country: Folk Songs of Americans in the Vietnam War. PB:Flying Fish Records, Inc.: Chicago, 1991. 0 pgs., $9.95







3403.) BROWN, LARRY: ->Dirty Work. HC:Algonquin Boks of Chapel Hill: Chapel Hill, N.C., 1989. 1st Edition 236
pgs., $7.5 PB:Vintage Books: New York, 1990. 1st Edition 236 pgs., $5 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. Wraps
trade ed., a v/g copy. This work is of two Vietnam veterans, one black and one white from Mississippi, who are in a
VA hospital. One has lost four limbs and the other has had his face shot away, having been caught in crossfire. Over
the course of a day and a night, they discuss their childhood memories, their Vietnam experience, whose loss is
greater, the meaning of life and who they can hope to love. It is compared to the antiwar novel, 'Johnny Got His
Gun,' written in 1939.

3402.) BUCHANAN, JACK: ->M.I.A. Hunter. PB:Jove Book: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 197 pgs., $4 Wraps mass
market, spine slightly cocked, o/w a v/g copy. This is novel of the rescue of a P.O.W. in Laos after the Vietnam War.
It should be noted that pulp fiction writers have there POW's located in Laos.

1430.) BUCHANAN, JACK: ->M.I.A. Hunter: Blood Storm. PB:Berkeley Publishing Group: New York, 1986. 1st
Edition 182 pgs., $4 Wraps mass market original, store stamp inside cover, spine cocked, o/w a v/g copy. Mark Stone
and his team go into Laos to rescue POWs but a drug lord there becomes upset over the operation. Reflects the
Rambo mentality of the mid-eighties.
1431.) BUCHANAN, JACK: ->M.I.A. Hunter: Cambodian Hellhole. PB:Berkeley Publishing Group: New York, 1985.
1st Edition 181 pgs., $5 Wraps original, a v/g copy. The hero of this novel is an ex-P.O.W. who seeks to rescue a
friend in Cambodia. A CIA hit squad tries to halt his effort as it the rescue attempt could upset the political efforts to
normalize relations in Indochina. A new viewpoint as to the objectives of CIA clandestine operations.

3179.) BUCHANAN, JACK: ->M.I.A. Hunter: Exodus From Hell. PB:Jove Book: New York, 1986. 1st Edition 197
pgs., $5 Wraps mass market, a v/g copy. This is another of a list of POW rescue attempts by ex-Green Berets.

1432.) BUCHANAN, JACK: ->M.I.A. Hunter: Hanoi Deathgrip. PB:Berkeley Publishing Group: New York, 1985. 1st
Edition 197 pgs., $5 Wraps original, a v/g plus copy. Mark Stone seeks to rescue a military doctor in Laos while
Washington ignores his plight as he is regarded as a traitor.

6341.) BUCHANAN, JACK: ->M.I.A. Hunter: Mountian Massacre. PB:Jove Books: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 196
pgs., $6 Wraps mass market, a v/g copy. Stone's mission is to kill a former Army general who was once the allied
commander over all the allied forces in Vietnam. This general is now a warlord and leader of a sinister army of
American and Asian bandits.
4957.) BUCKLEY, WILLIAM E.: ->Tucker's Last Stand. HC:Random House: New York, 1990. 2nd Edition 259 pgs., $6
A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A CIA agent is sent to Vietnam on a special mission to halt infiltration along the Ho Chi

1436.) BURKE, MARTYN: ->Laughing War. PB:Playboy Paperbacks: New York, 1982. 1st Edition 295 pgs., $4.5 A
v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps, a mass market paperback, a v/g copy. A black comedy novel involving a comedian who
entertains the troops and runs afoul of the brass. Written by a Vietnam correspondent.

1438.) BUTLER, ROBERT OLEN: ->A Good Scent From a Strange Mountain. PB:Penguin Books: New York, 1993.
14th Edition 249 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A book of short stories on the experiences and memories of

1440.) BUTLER, ROBERT OLEN: ->On Distant Ground. HC:Alfred A. Knopf: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 245 pgs.,
$12.5 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a fine copy in v/g plus d/j. A former army officer goes back to Saigon as it
is falling to rescue his son whom he fathered while serving in Vietnam.

1439.) BUTLER, ROBERT OLEN: ->The Alleys of Eden. PB:Henry Holt & Co.: New York, 1994. 1st Edition 256
pgs., $5 Ex-library, black markings top & bottom edges, o/w a good plus copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., a
v/g copy. A poetic novel that deals with the relationship between an army deserter and a Saigon bar girl. Written
by an intelligence officer who served in Vietnam.
3968.) BUTLER, ROBERT OLEN: ->They Whisper. HC:Henry Holt & Co.: New York, 1994. 1st Edition 333 pgs.,
$12.5 PB:Penguin Books: New York, 1995. 1st Edition 333 pgs., $5 A near mint copy in a very plus d/j. Wraps a
trade size ed., not for sale stamped on foreedge & title page, o/w a v/g copy. A Vietnam vet works as a public
relations man and as he approaches middle age, he is forced to examine his sexuality. This brings him to recount
his sexual experiences in Vietnam.
6615.) BYE, K.L.: ->A Step From Heaven. Inscribed by author, wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A collection of poetry
which captures the experiences of the war without rancor. Illustrated by Frank Schaffer.

6614.) BYE, K.L.: ->Deadly Presents. PB:Turtle Run Publishing: Circle Pines, MN, 1994. 66 pgs., $13 Inscribed by
author, wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A collection of poems speaking to fears, hopes, and dreams of those who went
to Vietnam. Illustrated by Michael T. Sargent.

1444.) CAIN, JONATHAN: ->Saigon Commandos No. 10: Torturers of TET. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1986. 1st
Edition 272 pgs., $6 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Another copy, $4.00, mark top edge, a good plus copy. A
novel of military police action during the TET Offensive.

4959.) CAIN, JONATHAN: ->Saigon Commandos No. 2: Code Zero: Shots Fired! PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1984.
1st Edition 285 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. The Saigon military have to deal with a phantom

4960.) CAIN, JONATHAN: ->Saigon Commandos No. 5: Boonie-Rat Body Burning. PB:Zebra Books: New York,
1984. 1st Edition 270 pgs., $6 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy MP Stryker seeks to find the person torching GI's in

4961.) CAIN, JONATHAN: ->Saigon Commandos No. 6: Di Di Mau or Die. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1984. 1st
Edition 268 pgs., $6 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. MP Stryker must deal with an army of Vietnamese
mercenaries who slaughter a U.S. payroll convoy.

5652.) CAIN, NICHOLAS: ->Little Saigon No. 1: Abel's War. PB:Lynx Books: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 214 pgs.,
$5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. An ex-MP from the streets of old Saigon deals with guerilla crime in Little



5101.) CAMPBELL, TOM: ->The Old Man's Trail. HC:Naval Institute Press: Annapolis, MD, 1995. 2nd Edition 224
pgs., $12.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. This novel presents the war from the North Vietnamese soldier's perspective
as a platoon of 15-year old boys are ordered to carry more than a ton of cargo 650 miles down the Ho Chi Minh
Trail. Written by a Marine veteran who served in Vietnam.
1447.) CAMPER, FRANK: ->Special Operations. PB:Dell Publishing Co.: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 243 pgs.,
$7.5 Wraps, mass market original, a v/g copy. This is a novel of a recon mission into Laos. Author was a member of

3115.) CAO TAN: ->Poems. PB:Privately printed.: , 1977. 23 pgs., $2.5 A photocopied reprint with the permission
of James Banerian who translated these poems from the Vietnamese. The thoughts and feelings of a Vietnamee
refugee in this country. Author served in the South Vietnamese Army and fled South Vietnam at the end of the war.
Translated from the Vietnamese by James Banerian.

6253.) CAO, LAO: ->Monkey Bridge. HC:Viking Press: New York, 1997. 1st Edition 260 pgs., $2.99 A v/g plus copy
in a v/g plus d/j. A tale of a young Vietnamese girl's coming-of-age in the United States in the aftermath of the

1449.) CAPUTO, PHILIP: ->Delcorso's Gallery. HC:Holt Rinehart & Winston: New York, 1983. 1st Edition 352 pgs.,
$7.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. The life of a combat photographer with the first half of book being set in Vietnam.

5779.) CAPUTO, PHILIP: ->Exiles: 3 Short Novels. HC:Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.: New York, 1997. 1st Edition 353 pgs.,
$12 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Another copy, $7.50, remainder dot top edge, o/w a very fine copy in a very fine
d/j. Only one novel deals with Vietnam and it is about a squad of misfits who plunge into the jungle in search of the
body of their mess sergeant, who has been carried off by a tiger. Story is titled 'In the Forest of the Laughing
Elephant.'
1451.) CARE, WAYNE: ->Vietnam Spook Show. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 310 pgs., $6 Wraps
mass market original, a v/g copy. The novel is about a communications technician with the 7th fleet whose job was
to monitor North Vietnamese communications, warning pilots of MIGs, and directing rescue crews to downed flyers.
Author was a Vietnamese linguist with the Navy, flying out of Da Nang.


8680.) CARN, JOHN BENJAMIN: ->Vietnam Blues: The Story of a Black Soldier. PB:Holloway House: Los Angeles,
CA, 1988. 266 pgs., $6 Wraps mass market ed., crease of front cover, o/w a v/g copy. This book is a revision of Carn's
earlier work titled 'Shaw's Nam.' It deals with racism during the Vietnam War Author is black and he served in
Vietnam..
5264.) CARROLL, GERRY: ->No Place to Hide. PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1995. 405 pgs., $12 Wraps trade size
ed., an Advance uncorrected proof copy, a v/g copy. Also, a wraps mass market ed., $5.00, a fine copy. A skelton
crew of American officers are left to evacuate all remaining personnel in Vietnam. After writing this book, the author
died and Tom Clancy wrote a 'Ave atque Vale.'
3424.) CARROLL, GERRY: ->North Sar. HC:Pocket Books: New York, 1991. 1st Edition 306 pgs., $12 A v/g plus
copy in a v/g plus d/j. This background to this novel are Search and Rescue missions on the part of the Navy during
the Vietnam War. Written by a Naval pilot who served in Vietnam and wrote three novels of the war.

1454.) CARROLL, JAMES: ->Fault Lines. HC:Little Brown: Boston, 1980. 1st Edition 248 pgs., $1.99 A very fine
copy in a fine d/j. j. The main character of this novel is an anti-war activists who avoids the draft by going to
Sweden. His younger brother goes to Vietnam and he is killed. Upon returning to the United States nine years later,
the novel focuses on reconciliation with his family and particularly his younger brother's widow.

3182.) CARROLL, JAMES: ->Memorial Bridge. HC:Houghton Mifflin: Boston, 1991. 1st Edition 495 pgs., $7.5 A
very fine copy in a very fine d/j. A novel of an Irish Catholic family where the father is an air force general and he
must deal with his son who opposes the war.

1455.) CARROLL, JAMES: ->Prince of Peace. HC:Little Brown: Boston, 1984. 1st Edition 531 pgs., $6 Not for
resale stamp on top edg,e o/w a near fine copy in a fine d/j. An American priest after serving in Vietnam returns to
this country and joins the anti-war movement.

1459.) CARTER, NICK: ->The Asian Mantrap. PB:Charter Books: New York, 1978. 1st Edition 252 pgs., $5 Wraps
mass market, store stamp on enpaper, o/w a v/g plus copy. The spy in this novel, N-3's is given the assignment of
finding a general who has disappeared and had been a POW.

1462.) CASEY, MICHAEL: ->Obscenities. PB:Yale University Press: New Haven, Ct., 1972. 3rd Edition 72 pgs.,
$12.5 Wraps a trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Poetry of the war written by a vet who served as a rear area military

1463.) CASSIDY, JOHN: ->A Station In the Delta. HC:Charles Scribner' Sons: New York, 1979. 1st Edition 380 pgs.,
$1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. A novel of a CIA officer assigned to the Mekong Delta who falls in love with a
war widow from Hanoi. Through this relationship, he learns of the forthcoming TET offensive.

1464.) CERTO, DOMINIC N.: ->The Valor of Francesco D'Amini. PB:Manor Books: New York, 1979. 230 pgs., $10
Wraps mass market ed., inscribed by author, a v/g plus copy. A novel of a Marine platoon just before the TET
offensive and it describes the conflict within the unit over how to deal with villagers.

155.) CHAGNON, JACQUI and DON LUCE, Compilers and Editors:->Of Quiet Courage: Poems from Viet Nam.
PB:Indochina Mobile Education Project: Washington, 1974. 151 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade size ed., a v/g copy.
Poems written by Vietnamese that decry the war. Most of the works were first published in 1971 under the title 'We
Promise One Another: Poems from an Asian War.' Luce served as director of IVS from 1961 to 1967, when he
resigned his position to protest American policy in Vietnam.
31263.) CHAI, JANE MILLER: ->Tiger and the Hare: The Two Years Before the Beginning of the Vietnam War.
PB:iUniverse: New York, 2009. 1st Edition 416 pgs., $12 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Novel of a young American
woman caught up in the seething intrigue of South Vietnam in the early days of 1962 and 1963 that led to the
massive U.S. involvement later on.



3915.) CHAPEL, ERNIE: ->Dateline: Phu Loi. PB:Paperjacks Ltd.: Toronto/New York, 1987. 1st Edition 195 pgs.,
$5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. A journalist in Vietnam assists in the defense of a chopper pilot being court-
martialed for accidentally killing South Vietnamese troops.

1470.) CHIU, TONY: ->Port Arthur Chicken. HC:William Morrow & Co.: New York, 1979. 1st Edition 395 pgs., $12.5
A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. A thriller novel that begins with a killing in Vientiane that involves an economic

20462.) CHUNG, NGUYEN BA and KEVIN BOWEN: ->Six Vietnamese Poets. PB:Curbstone Press: Willimantic, CT,
2002. 254 pgs., $13.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A collection of 81 poems written by three men and three
women. They were written before and after the war.

23941.) CLAYTON, PAUL: ->Carl Melcher Goes to Vietnam. HC:St. Martin's Press: New York, 2004. 1st Edition 197
pgs., $12 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A novel of a group of 4th Divison grunts assigned to the mountains of the
Central Highlands. Author is a Vietnam veteran.

1474.) COLEMAN, CHARLES: ->Sergeant Back Again. HC:Harper & Row: New York, 1980. 1st Edition 237 pgs., $6
Ex-library, d/j taped to cover, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. The setting of this novel is a psychiatric ward of Fort Sam
Houston Hospital and the patients are Vietnam veterans seeking to come to grips with the emotional scars from the
Vietnam War.
1475.) COLLINGWOOD, CHARLES: ->The Defector. HC:Harper & Row: New York, 1970. 1st Edition 313 pgs., $10
PB:Ace Books: New York, 1970. 1st Edition 317 pgs., $5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy.
A novel of a correspondent who is recruited by the CIA to assist in the defection of a high ranking North Vietnamese
official from Hanoi. Collingwood went to Hanoi during the Vietnam War while covering the war for CBS television.

25317.) CONNOLLY, DAVID: ->Lost In America. PB:Viet Nam Generation & Burning Cities Press: Woodbridge, CT,
1994. 69 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. A colleciton of poetry written by an army enlisted man who
served in Vietnam. Highly recommnded by W. D. Ehrhart and Vince Gotera.


1476.) COONTS, STEPHEN: ->Flight of the Intruder. HC:Naval Institute Press: Annapolis, Md., 1986. 1st Edition 329
pgs., $1.99 A fine copy in a very fine d/j. . This is a novel of A-6 pilots during the Vietnam War who disobey orders
and drop bombs on targets other than those assigned.. Written by a former Naval pilot who flew an A-6 in Vietnam
and it captures well the flight experiences of A-6 pilots.

3967.) COOPER, MICHAEL H.: ->Dues: A Novel of War and After. PB:Curbstone Press: Willimantic, CT, 1994. 1st
Edition 248 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A novel depicting the experiences of white working-class youth
who went from factories to Vietnam and the the problems they faced in adjusting back to civilian life.

1477.) CORDER, E. M.: ->The Deer Hunter. HC:Exeter Books: New York, 1979. 1st Edition 189 pgs., $10 PB:Cornet
Books: London, 1979. 187 pgs., $5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., has photos of movie on cover,
a v/g copy. The book is taken from the movie by the same title which portrays the lives of a group of young
steelworkders from western Pennsylvania who go to Vietnam.

20740.) CORREZE, FRANCOISE & HUU NGOC: ->Anthologie de la litterature populaire du Vietnam.
PB:L'Harmattan: Paris, . 280 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. French text. There is an introduction Ngoc,
texts chosen were by Ngoc and Correze, and the adaptation was done by Correze.

1479.) COSTELLO, MICHAEL: ->A Long Time From Home. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 270 pgs.,
$5 Wraps mass market original, store stamp, o/w a v/g plus copy. An army sergeant and his men look for a chopper
pilot who had abandoned him in an operation that resulted in several of his men being killed because of this
abandonment.
21925.) COWIE, PETER: ->The Apocalypse Now Book. PB:Da Capo Press: New York, 2001. 1st Edition 212 pgs.,
$10 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book is on the making of Francis Ford Coppola's epic, based on unprecedented
access to his private archives. Contains over 80 photographs , and an exclusive detailed descriptions of material
restored by Coppola for Apocalypse Now Redux.
9185.) CREW, LINDA: ->Children of the River. PB:Dell Books: New York, 1991. 213 pgs., $5.5 Wraps mass market
ed., a mint copy. A novel of a Cambodian high school girl struggling to deal with her parent's values and those of
her peers as she falls in love with an American boy. Book was the wiiner of the 1989 Interantional Reading
Association Childrens's Book Award.
20815.) CROSS, E. B.: ->The Ninth Dragon. PB:Pinnacle Books: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 274 pgs., $6 Wraps
mass market ed., a v/g copy. Sam Borne, a man trained in the death-craft training of the ninja is sent to Vietnam to
rescue POWA's being forced to work in heorin factory.

6709.) CURREY, RICHARD: ->Crossing Over: The Vietnam Stories. PB:Clark City Press: Livingston, MT, 1993. 58
pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., previous owner's initials on enpaper, o/w a fine copy. A revised edition of Currey's first
work of poems and poetry published in 1980. This edition consists of a collection of vignettes resulting from the
revisiting of his original work and lost pages that he recovered in 1991.

1485.) CURREY, RICHARD: ->Fatal Light. HC:E.P. Dutton & Co.: New York, 1988. 2nd Edition 195 pgs., $7.5 A
fine copy in a fine d/j. A highly acclaimed novel of a Marine medic in Vietnam. Author served as a Marine medic

1487.) DANIELS, NORMAN: ->Operation VC. PB:Pyramid Books: New York, 1967. 1st Edition 157 pgs., $12.5
Wraps mass market original, a v/g copy. A special agent is sent to Vietnam to destroy artillery pieces and their atomic

1488.) DANN, Eds. JEANNE VAN BUREN and JACK:->In the Field of Fire. PB:Tor Books: New York, 1987. 1st
Edition 415 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. A collection of 21 short stories of which 10 are related to the
Vietnam War. A collection that seeks to show that dreams and nightmares can approach the truth of combat
experience.



28838.) DANZIGER, JEFF: ->Rising Like the Tucson. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1991. 1ST Edition 358 pgs.,
$10 A fine copy in a fine d/j No novel as Newman states delinates the World War II mentality in collision with the
Vietnam War debacle. Author served in Vietnam as an intelligence officer in 1970 and 1971.

20837.) DAVIDSON, JAMES E.: ->Highway One: A Vietnam War Story. PB:Writer's Showcase: Lincoln, NE, 2001.
251 pgs., $15.95 Wrpas trade ed., a mint copy. A novel of a young Army lieutenant assigned as advisor to a local

6460.) DAVIS, PATRICK: ->The General. HC:G.P. Putnam's Sons: New York, 1998. 1st Edition 376 pgs., $10
PB:BVerkley Books: New York, 1999. 1st Edition 399 pgs., $6 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps mass market
ed., a v/g copy. A detective novel dealing with the brutal murder of an Air Force Chief of Staff whose death is only
one link in a chain of hideous crimes, beginning with closely guarded secrets of the Vietnam War and extending to
the highest levels of government.
3363.) DAVIS, PATTI with MAUREEN STRANGE FOSTER:->Home Front. HC:Crown Publishers: New York, 1986. 1st
Edition 214 pgs., $12 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Another copy, BC, $7.50 a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A candid
autobiographical novel by the actress daughter of Ronald and Nancy Reagan. She comes of age amid the tumult of
the Vietnam War and falls in love with a guy who joins the Marines, gung-ho for combat in Vietnam. She also has to
deal with the pressures of being the daughter of a father running for the presidency.


1489.) de BORCHGRAVE, ARNAUD and ROBERT MOSS:->The Spike. HC:Crown Publishers: New York, 1980. BC
Edition 374 pgs., $7.5 PB:Avon Books: New York, 1981. 1st Edition 458 pgs., $4 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a
mass market ed., a v/g copy. A spy novel of a Soviet disinformation effort involving a young reporter who served in
Vietnam. Given the background of the authors, this title is probably more fact than fiction.

1493.) DEL VECCHIO, JOHM M.: ->For the Sake of All Living Things. HC:Bantam Books: New York, 1990. 1st
Edition 790 pgs., $12 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. The setting of this novel is the Cambodian conflict, both
during and after the American involvement in Vietnam as seen through the eyes of a Cambodian family and an
American advisor.
4968.) DEL VECCHIO, JOHN M.: ->Carry Me Home. HC:Bantam Books: New York, 1995. 1st Edition 719 pgs., $12
A mint copy in a very finen d/j. D/J has small tear on bottom tip of front cover. This novel by Del Vecchio deals with
veterans coming home from the war and adjusting to the new battlefield of America.

1507.) DEL VECCHIO, JOHN M.: ->The 13th Valley. HC:Bantam Books: New York, 1982. 3RD Edition 606 pgs., $6
A v/g copy in a good plus d/j. D/J has a lot of chipping along edges A highly accliamed novel with the setting of a
real operation by the 101st Airborne Division in the Khe Ta Laou Valley in 1970. Author served as Combat
Correspondent for this division during this particular time frame.
23275.) DELL, DIANA J.: ->A Saigon Party and Other Vietnam War Short Stories. PB:Writers Club Press: San Jose,
CA, 1998. 212 pgs., $10.95 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy.. A collection of short stories about particpants of the
Vietnam War other than grunts: war profiteers, disc jockeys, journalists, tourists, and other REMFs. Author's brother
was killed in Vietnam and she then went to Vietnam to work with the USO.

9751.) DEMILLE, NELSON: ->Up Country. HC:Warner Books: New York, 2002. 1ST Edition 706 pgs., $10 A mint
copy in a mint d/j. A former Vietnam vet who had been with the army's Criminal Investigation Unit is asked to go
back to investigate an officer's death in Vietnam during the war. His lead is a letter from a North Vietnamese soldier
who alleges to have seen this officer killed.
1513.) DERRIG, PETER: ->The Glory of the Green Berets. PB:Paperback Library: New York, 1967. 2nd Edition 288
pgs., $10 Wraps original, spine slightly cocked, o/w a v/g copy. This novel describes a mission to plant sensor
devices along the Ho Chi Minh trail in Laos by the Special Froces..

6332.) DERRIG, PETER: ->The Pride of the Green Berets. PB:Paperback Library: New York, 1966. 2nd Edition 288
pgs., $7.5 Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy. An early novel of the Green Berets which ends with the team
commander being awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor.

6106.) DEUTERMANN, P.T.: ->The Edge of Honor. PB:St Martin's Press: New York, 1995. 1st Edition 626 pgs., $5
Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy.+ Novel of a naval lieutenant aboard a guided -missile ship off the coast of
Vietnam. Author is a Vietnam veteran who later commanded a guided-missile destroyer in the Atlantic fleet.

7976.) DEVINE, JEREMY M.: ->Vietnam At 24 Frames a Second: A Critical and Thematic Analysis of Over 400
Films About the Vietnam War. PB:University of Texas Press: Austin, TX, 1999. 1st Edition 401 pgs., $9.95 Wraps
trade ed., a mint copy. An encyclopedic work on the films of Vietnam through 1993. The author provides a
chronological account of Vietnam films, relating them to such events as the draft, the anti-war movement, POWs,
and veterans' readjustment problems. Book is a must for anyone interested in the study of the Vietnam War from any
perspective.

1517.) DICKASON, CHRISTIE: ->Indochine. HC:Villard Books: New York, 1987. 2nd Edition 581 pgs., $7.5 A v/g
copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A sweeping saga of Vietnam covering the period of 1926-1965 . Book
originally published in England in different form under title 'The Dragon Riders.'

1519.) DIEHL, WILLIAM: ->Thai Horse. HC:Villard Books: New York, 1987. 2nd Edition 451 pgs., $6 A v/g plus
copy in a v/g plus d/j. A shadow warrior reenters Vietnam, looking for a former general friend that was supposedly

9008.) DiFUSCO, JOHN, VINCENT CARISTI, RICHARD CHAVES, ERIC E. EMERSON, RICK GALLAVAN, MERLIN-
>Tracers. PB:Hill and Wang: New York, 1986. 105 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. A play conceived by
John DiFusco and created by a group of actors, all Vietnam veterans through a series of workshops through which
they put their Vietnam experiences into drama form. It played throughout the country, and was awarded the 1984
Joseph Jefferson Award for Best Ensemble Performance.
7224.) DIMOCK, PETER: ->A Short Rhetoric for Leaving the Family. PB:Dalkey Archive Press: Normal, IL, 1998.
118 pgs., $12.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This novel explores the world of the architects of the Vietnam War

6437.) DINALLO, GREG: ->Final Answers. PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1992. 1st Edition 326 pgs., $6 Wraps mass
market, a v/g copy. A Vietnam veteran discovers his name on the Vietnam Memorial which leads to a conspiracy
1520.) DINH, TRAN VAN: ->Blue Dragon White Tiger: A TET Story. HC:TriAm Press, Inc.: Philadelphia, 1983. 1st
Edition 334 pgs., $10 A fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. D/J has one small on top edge of d/j. The central figure in this
novel is a Vietnamese who leaves a university post in the United States to join the Saigon government, then joins
the NFL and in 1978 returns to the United States disillusioned. Vivid account of the war from a Vietnamese
perspective.
1522.) DODGE, ED: ->Dau. HC:Macmillian Publishing Co.: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 243 pgs., $15 PB:Berkley
Books: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 243 pgs., $4 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Another copy, ex-library, $7.50, a
v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps mass market ed., a good plus reading copy. A novel of a young airman's experience in
Vietnam and the problems of his adjustment after the war. Novel portrays battle scenes in order to provide the
reader with an understanding of the emotional trauma that vets went through. Written by a Vietnam vet.


27934.) DOOLITTLE, HILAND B.: ->The Last Parade. HC:Rome Publishing House: Albany, NY, 1999. 320 pgs.,
$12.5 Inscribed by author, a mint copy in a mint d/j. A novel of 12 soldiers sent to work in a village as part of a

2831.) DOOLITTLE, JERROME: ->The Bombing Officer. HC:E.P. Dutton & Co.: New York, 1982. 1st Edition 225
pgs., $25 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Another copy, $$7.50., black magic mark top edge, d/j taped to book, o/w a v/g
copy in a v/g d/j. A staff member of the American Embassy in Vientiane whose duty is to coordinate air strikes in
Laos becomes disillusioned with the effort when he realizes civilian targets are frequently being hit. He releases
information on these strikes to the press. The author was a member of the American mission to Laos and he claims
that the large historical events in the this book happened just about the way he describes them. Several persons that
I know personally also confirm that this is the case.
1526.) DUC, ANH: ->Hon Dat. HC:Foreign Language Publishing House: Hanoi, 1969. 347 pgs., $35 A bound copy
of a photocopied reprint of a paperback edition of this novel. Library binding with title and author printed in gold
on the spine. The setting of this novel is the fiery days of the 'simultaneous uprising in' in 1961. This novel won the
Nguyen Dinh Chieu prize of Literature and Art of South Viet Nam, 1960-1965.

5610.) DUFFY, Ed. DAN: ->Literature News: Nine Stories from the Viet Nam Writers Union Newspaper, Bao Van
Nghe. PB:Yale Center for International Area Studies: New Haven, CT., 1997. 192 pgs., $19 Wraps trade ed., a
mint copy. A collection of nine short stories taken from Literature News. This is a weekly publication in Vietnam
which carries fiction and poetry, profiles and obituaries, literary criticism, translations from abroad, reproductions of
graphic art and photography, and illustrations from its own staff. Stories were selected and translated by Rosemary
Nguyen.

5608.) DUFFY, Ed. DAN: ->The Vietnam Forum No. 15: North Viet Nam Now: Fiction and Essays from Ha Noi.
PB:Yale Center for International Studies: New Haven, CT, 1996. 269 pgs., $21.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An
anthology of contemporary Vietnamese fiction and essays, including informed observations by non-Vietnamese
familiar with the country.
28942.) DURANG, CHRISTOPHER: ->The Vietnamization of New Jersey. Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. A play on
the Vietnam War that was first presented by the Yale Repertory Theatre, in New Haven, CT..

1230.) DURHAM, HAROLD: ->Strawman. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 364 pgs., $7.5 Wraps
original, a v/g copy. An Air Force novel dealing with 2 plots against an Air Force pilot, one being the VC and the
7970.) DUY, NGUYEN: ->Distant Road: Selected Poems of Nguyen Duy. PB:Curbstone Press: Willimantic, CT,
1999. 1st Edition 257 pgs., $3.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A present Vietnam writer who began his career as
writer on the battlefields of Vietnam. Born into a peasant family, his poetry captures the essence of village life
whether the subject be love, family or war. The author was awarded the Van Nghe prize in 1973 and the poetry
prize of the vietnam Writers' Association in 1985.

8377.) EASTLAKE, WILLIAM: ->A Child's Garden of Verses for the Revolution. HC:Grove Press: New York, 1970. 1st
Edition 240 pgs., $25 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A collection of poems that reflect the radical fervor of the sixties,
though only one poem directly relates to the war in Vietnam. Author served four years with the army in Vietnam.

1233.) EASTLAKE, WILLIAM: ->The Bamboo Bed. HC:Simon and Schuster: New York, 1969. 1st Edition 350 pgs.,
$12 PB:Avon Books: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 393 pgs., $6 Ex-library, a v/g copy. D/J heavy chipping & creasing
along edges.. Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy. A Cathc 22 novel depicting the war as s seen through the eyes of
a chopper pilot, his mistress, a veteran newspaper reporter and two flower children.

4054.) EBERT, ALNA: ->The Long Way Home. HC:Crown Publishers: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 472 pgs., $10 A
v/g copy in a v/g d/j. The story of a family and the influence that the Vietnam War had on their lives after the war.
One member was a POW, his brother fled to Canada during the war and he had a sister who was an anti-war activist.
Their father was a political activist and a Pulitzer Prize winner who was killed at a political rally.

4000.) ECKBERT, WILLIAM FOX: ->Victory in Vietnam. PB:Full Court Press: Winter Park, FL, 1994. 1st Edition 310
pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. A novel based on what if Senator Ervin had championed the same concerns
for the Constitution in 1964 which he did in 1974 in respect to the misuse of presidential power.

3176.) EDELL, ED: ->A Special Breed of Man. PB:Ranger Associates, Inc.: Guilderland, N.Y., 1984. 2nd Edition
233 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A novel of a gung-ho Special Forces officer who is awarded the Silver
Star and wins the love of a nurse while recovering from his wounds. Written by a medic specialist who served in the
Special Forces in Vietnam.
8804.) EDELSON, STUART: ->Black Glass: A Sea Myth. HC:Dimi Press: Salem, OR, 1993. 1st Edition 385 pgs.,
$12.5 Review copy with Review Copy Not for Resale stamped on title page, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j. The
character of this novel is a civilian working on a naval vessel that transports arms to Vietnam. He is gay and when
he arrives in Saigon, he sees the sights of the city with a Marine buddy.






2877.) EDGERTON, CLYDE: ->The Floatplane Notebooks. HC:Algonquin Books: Chapel Hill, NC, 1988. 1st Edition
265 pgs., $12 PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 1989. 9th Edition 275 pgs., $5.99 Inscribed by author, black marking
on enpaper, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., mint as purchased new. Chronicle of an
extended family in rural North Carolina whose secure isolation is lost to the Vietnam War. One member of the
faimily is a disabled Vietnam vet and the family must adjust to his disabilites, one being losing the power of his
speech.

1532.) EHRHART, Ed. W. D.: ->Unaccustomed Mercy: Soldier-Poets of the Vietnam War. PB:Texas Tech University
Press: Lubbock, TX, 1989. 147 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An anthology of poetry of on the Vietnam
War that depicts the moral chaos of war.

1531.) EHRHART, W. D.: ->Carrying the Darkness: The Poetry of the Vietnam War. PB:Texas Tech University Press:
Lubbock, TX, 1989. 288 pgs., $10.95 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. An excellent anthology of poetry written mainly
8527.) EHRHART, W.D.: ->Beautiful Wreckage: New and Selected Poems. PB:Adastra Press: Easthampton, MA,
1999. 1st Edition 237 pgs., $17 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This collection consists of poems published between
1970 and 1993 and new poems written between 1993 and 1997.


8767.) EHRHART, W.D.: ->The Distance We Travel. PB:Adastra Press: Easthampton, MA, 1993. 2nd Edition 46
pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Reflective poetry on the Vietnam War resulting from return trips to Vietnam
and applying this experience to other conflicts.

1533.) EHRLICH, JACK: ->Close Combat. PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1969. 1st Edition 180 pgs., $6 Wraps mass
market, a v/g copy. A special team goes into Cambodia to destroy a radar site which is causing the lost of American
aircraft in the Vietnam War. Author shows an ignorance of direction of use of airpower came from during the war.

20836.) EICKHOFF, RANDY LEE: ->Return to Ithaca: A Confessional Novel. PB:Forge Books: New York, 2001. 493
pgs., $16.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The personal odyssey of a member if a 27 member team that worked
with tribal groups in fighting the North Vietnamese along the Ho Chi Minh trail. He was one of three who survived
the mission and after his tour, he turns to a monastery to cope with issues of the war. Author was a Vietnam veteran
who worked with the Montagnards.
1535.) EKERT-ROTHOLZ, ALICE: ->The Time of the Dragons. HC:Viking Press: New York, 1958. BC Edition 436
pgs., $6 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.. The setting of this novel is Japanese occuppied Southeast Asia and ends in
postwar Paris of 1955. One of the few Vietnam novels novels that covers this period.

1539.) ELY, SCOTT: ->Starlight. HC:Weidenfeld & Nicolson: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 195 pgs., $1.99 A v/g
copy in a v/g d/j. A novel of a sniper working out of a firebase bordering on Laos. Author served in Vietnam from

8744.) FARISH, TERRY: ->A House in Earnest. PB:Steerforth Press: South Royalton, VT, 2000. 1st Edition 261
pgs., $13 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A novel of a nineteen year old girl who becomes part of the life of a Vietnam
veteran who teaches at a local college. They live in a commune where the best of life have passed by its members.

1542.) FARISH, TERRY: ->Flower Shadows. HC:William Morrow & Co.: New York, 1992. 1st Edition 213 pgs., $12
Ex-library, a v/g plus copy in a fine d/j. D/J has no library markings. A novel of four American girls who served in a
combat area in Vietnam with the Red Cross in 1969. Author served in Vietnam as a Red Cross volunteer in
Vietnam.
28934.) FENN, J. W.: ->Levitating the Pentagon: Evolutions in the American Theatre of the Vietnam War Era.
HC:University of Delaware: Newark, DE, 1992. 1ST Edition 289 pgs., $35 Previous owner's initials on enpaper, o/w
a fine copy in a fine d/j. Work undertakes the examination of the evolutions and inovations in the American theatre
of the Vietnam War era as well as a study of the dramatic scripts and productions that emerged during this period.

1543.) FERRANDINO, JOSEPH: ->Firefight. HC:Soho Press: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 196 pgs., $1.99 A fine
copy in a fine d/j. The setting of this novel is the 101st Airborne in the Central Highlands and depicts the conflict
between career NCOs and enlisted men. Author served with the 101st in Vietnam as an infantryman.

1546.) FLEMING, STEPHEN: ->The Exile of Sergeant Nen. HC:Algonquin Books: Chapel Hill, N.C., 1986. 1st
Edition 186 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. A Vietnamese refugee and a former sergeant in Vietnam
for 20 years comes to the United States and he is a waiter in a D.C. restaurant. The novel first tells his story of with
the French Army against the Viet Minh, the in this country he has to deal with a former Vietnamese colonel who also
is a refugee.
1549.) FLOYD, BRYAN ALEC: ->The Long War Dead: An Epiphany. PB:Avon Books: New York, 1976. 1st Edition
95 pgs., $25 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Each poem is titled with the name and rank of a Marine with several
poems serving as an epitaph. Author served in the Marines. Newman states a hardcover copy was published by
Permanent Press but no date is listed. Avon in its edition states the book is an original publication.

6824.) FLYNN, JOSEPH: ->Digger. HC:Bantam Books: New York, 1997. 1st Edition 399 pgs., $12.5 PB:Bantam
Books: New York, 1998. 1st Edition 492 pgs., $6.5 A very fine copy in a fine d/j. Wraps mass market ed., a mint
copy.. A Vietnam veteran builds hidden tunnels as a memorial as a kind of exorcism. They then are used against a
murderer who seeks to control the town.
5098.) FLYNN, ROBERT: ->The Last Klick. HC:Baskerville Publishers, Inc.: Dallas, TX, 1994. 1st Edition 363 pgs.,
$10 Tips of about 200 pages creased, o/w a v/g copy and d/j has three inch tear on back with small piece missing.
An innocent journalist who goes to Vietnam to report the war as he tries to escape from the sorrow over the death of
his young daughter. Author was a former Marine who worked in Vietnam as a war correspondent in the early 70s.


7371.) FRAZIER, SANDIE: ->I Married Vietnam. HC:George Braziller: New York, 1992. 1ST Edition 222 pgs., $12.5
Owner's initial on enpaper, o/w a very fine copy in a very fine d/j. A white woman marries a bi-racial Vietnam vet
and they struggle to cope with his Vietnam experience and racism.



9436.) FREADHOFF, CHECK: ->Blue Rain. HC:Harper Collins: New York, 1999. 1st Edition 322 pgs., $10
Remainder makr on bottom edge, o/w a very fine copy in a very fine d/j. A successful columnist is called to meet a
Vietnamese immigrant friend claining to have seen an American pilot, reported missing during the Vietnam War.
When he goes to meet the friend, the friend has been murdered and the police regard him as a suspect.

1554.) FREELING, NICOLAS: ->Tsing-Boom. HC:Harper & Row: New York, 1969. BC Edition 222 pgs., $7.5 Ex-
library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A mystery novel with a Vietnam background during the last days of the French colonial
period in France, involving the survivors of Dien Bien Phu.

1555.) FREEMAN, SEAN: ->Fair Weather Foul. HC:William Morrow & Co.: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 189 pgs.,
$1.99 Inscribed by author, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A Vietnam vet who is fisherman in the Pacific Northwest owns his
own boat but his emotional baggage from the war drives away his crew. He then hires a Vietnamese, creating other
problems. Author a Vietnam vet.
4053.) FREEMANTLE, BRIAN: ->The Vietnam Legacy. PB:Tom Doherty Associates: New York, 1984. 1st Edition
379 pgs., $6 Wrasp mass market ed., a v/g copy. An off the wall novel of a former Vietnam vet who is regarded a
military hero and he is running for president. There are three MIAs being held in Vietnam who hold the key to
suspicions being raised about his heroism..

23748.) FREITAS, GARY: ->War Movies: The Belle and Blade Guide to Classic War Videos.. PB:Robert d. Reed
Publishers: Bandon, OR, 2004. 414 pgs., $14.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An excellent guide to war movies,
dating back to World War II. A full page description is given of each movie that includes ratings given by critics.

1556.) FULLER, JACK: ->Fragments. HC:William Morrow & Co.: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 211 pgs., $1.99 A v/g
copy in a v/g d/j. A young infantry sergeant kills four civilians in a firefight but he is not charged as the circumstances
surroudning the killings are unclear. After the war, he reveals what happened to another sergeant in his division.
Author was an enlisted man who served in Vietnam as a combat correspondent for Stars and Stripes.

26164.) GALLI, RICHARD: ->Of Rice and Men. HC:Ballantine Books: New York, 2006. 1st Edition 355 pgs., $12 A
mint ocpy copy in a mint d/j. A novel of a REMF draftee serving in a civil affairs unit in Hue and the war is told
through his eyes as we sought to win the hearts and minds of the Vietnamese people. Author is a Vietnam veteran
who served in a similiar capacity in Vietnam.
31975.) GALLI, RICHARD: ->REMFS: Peanuts, Fish Farms, Hog Hormes and Broken Hearts. PB:RGA: East
Greenwich, RI, 2002. REP. Edition 303 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., inscribed by author, a very fine copy. A novel that
focuses on civic action programs by the army to win the hearts and minds of the villagers.

1557.) GANGEMI, KENNETH: ->The Interceptor Pilot. HC:Marion Boyars Publishers: London, 1980. 1st Edition 127
pgs., $12 Owner's initials on enpaper, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j. A former Korean Air Force fighter pilot resigns
from his university professorship and reserve commission because of the U.S. bombing of North Vietnam. He
volunteers to fly as an interceptor pilot for the North Vietnamese and he is shot down as the U.S. Navy goes all out to
get him.
1558.) GARFIELD, BRIAN: ->The Last Bridge. PB:Avon Books: New York, 1978. 1st Edition 224 pgs., $5 Wraps
mass market ed., tip of front creased, o/w a v/g copy. An eight man squad is sent on a special mission in North
Vietnam to rescue a POW and blow up a bridge.

1560.) GARSON, BARBARA: ->Mac Bird! PB:Grassy Knoll Press: New York, 1966. 56 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a
v/g plus copy. This was printed in August of 1966 by the authors's husband when no other publisher or magzaine
would. Within a year, it was printed by Grove Press and Penquin Books.

1559.) GARSON, BARBARA: Illustrations by LISA LYONS:->Mac Bird! PB:Grove Press: New York, 1967. 1st Edition
109 pgs., $5 Wraps, light soiling outside cover, foxing inside pages, o/w a v/g copy. A satirical play about LBJ. First
printed in 1966 by the authro's husband when no one else would publish it, the play became a hit and was
published by Grove Press and Penquin Books.
4052.) GAYDEN, HAMILTON: ->To Circle the Cross: The Secrets of Phong Saly. PB:Alpha Publishing Co.:
Brentwood, TN, 1986. 1st Edition 322 pgs., $7.5 Wraps mass market ed., signed, a v/g plus copy. A novel of a
P.O.W. being held in Laos. Written by Tennessee Circuit Court Judge who had a family member that was a P.O.W..

1561.) GAZZANIGA, DONALD A.: ->A Few Good Men. HC:A.J. Books: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 243 pgs., $12.5
A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. A Marine novel of life in the Marines after Korea and just before Vietnam. The
novel ends with a group of Marines going to Vietnam as the first American Marine Advisors.

1495.) GILLIS, GERALD L.: ->Bent, But Not Broken. PB:Sandlapper Publishing Inc.: Orangeburg, SC, 1986. 1st
Edition 412 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. A novel of a young Marine officer in Vietnam who survives
the Vietnam War after being awarded a Silver Star and goes on to law school. No real post-war adjustment
problems here as is the case of so many novels that deal with the return of vets to civilian society after the war which
may be due to the main character being a good marine.
8318.) GILMAN, Jr. OWEN W.: ->Vietnam and the Southern Imagination. HC:University of Mississippi Press: Jackson,
MS, 1992. 1st Edition 204 pgs., $10 A fine copy in a fine d/j. An analysis of the impact the Vietnam War had on
southern culture and the literature of southern writers.

5043.) GILSON, ->Hello, My Name is Scrambled Eggs. PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1986. 17th Edition 159 pgs.,
$5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A story of a boy whose parents host a Vietnamese family. Reflects cultural

1496.) GIOVANNITTI, LEN: ->The Man Who Won the Medal of Honor. HC:Random House: New York, 1973. 2nd
Edition 211 pgs., $12.5 PB:Popular Library: New York, 1976. 224 pgs., $6 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps, a mass
market ed., a v/g copy. A GI kills American soldiers for having killed Vietnamese prisoners. Later is awarded the
Medal of Honor for an act he did not perform and upon his return from Vietnam at the awards ceremony, he assaults
the president and kills a military aide. It should be noted that this absurd novel was published by Random House
which until the publication of Santoli's "Everything We Had' in 1981 consistently published books reflecting only an
anti-war position.


1564.) GLASSER, RONALD J.: ->Another War, Another Peace. HC:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1985. 1st Edition
247 pgs., $10 PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 1986. 1st Edition 193 pgs., $5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a mass
market ed., a v/g plus copy. A novel of a young Army physician who reluctantly goes to Vietnam and he is later
wounded himself. The author was a medical officer in the United States Army and stationed at the U.S. Army
Vietnam Evacuation Hospital, Camp Zama, Japan. He is the author of 4 books, including the widely acclaimed
non-fiction title '365 Days.'

1565.) GLICK, ALLEN: ->Winters Coming, Winters Gone. HC:Pinnacle Books: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 361 pgs.,
$1.99 A mint copy in mint d/j. Novel of two Marine vets who served in Vietnam and then become active in
Vietnam Veterans Against the War after their tour. The author served two tours in Vietnam with the Marines, being
involved in civic action programs and later a veteran of the TET Offensive and Khe Sanh. The title to the
paperback edition is 'The Winter Marines.' There was an Eakin Press edition published in 1984.

31199.) GLODEK, THOMAS R.: ->The Advisory Team. HC:Vantage Press: New York, 2007. 1ST Edition 355 pgs.,
$12 A mint copy in a v/g plus copy. A work of fiction that reviists the policies of graduated resposne and attrition by
the Pentagon during the Vietnam War, focusing on events after the TET Offensive. Author served with MACV as an
intelligence officer and a Vietnamese infantry battalion during this period.

1566.) GOLD, JEROME: ->The Negligence of Death. PB:Black Heron Press: Seattle, WA, 1985. 2ND Edition 179
pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.. A novel of a Special Forces sergeant who goes to Vietnam for his third
tour after being wounded during his second tour.

26166.) GOLDENSOHN, Ed. LORRIE: ->American War Poetry: An Anthology. HC:Columbia Univeristy Press: New
York, 2006. 1st Edition 413 pgs., $26 A mint copy in a mint d/j This anthology has poetry from all of our nation's
war. There are selections from 29 writers on the Vietnam War including such well known names as Robert Bly, John
Balaban, Gerald McCarthy, w. D. Ehrhart, and Walter McDonald.

8870.) GOLOGORSKY, BEVERLY: ->The Things We Do To Make It Home. HC:Random House: New York, 1999.
2nd Edition 211 pgs., $10 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The novel is of three veterans and the problems they face in
their marriages 20 years after the war. One of the veterans returns to Vietnam to put his ghosts to rest.

4427.) GORDON, KNOX: ->Hatchet. PB:Worldwide LIbrary: New York, 1991. 1st Edition 350 pgs., $5 Wraps mass
market ed., a v/g copy. A Special Forces unit is sent to recon the Parrot's Beak area.

4970.) GORDON, KNOX: ->Hatchet: Black Mission. PB:Worldwide Books: New York, 1992. 1st Edition 220 pgs., $5
Wraps mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. A Special Forces team is given the mission too rebuild a border camp aimed
at interdicting North Vietnamese supply routes.

4969.) GORDON, KNOX: ->Hatchet: Spectre. PB:Worldwide Books: New York, 1992. 1st Edition 220 pgs., $5 Wraps
mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. A recon team goes into Laos to save secret equipment on a C-130 that has been

4428.) GORDON, KNOX: ->Hatchet: The Frenchmen. PB:Worldwide Library: Neew York, 1992. 1st Edition 218
pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. A Special Forces mission is assigned the task to seek out and
destroy a French black-market kingpin who moonlights as an assassin for the enemy.

1568.) GRAHAM, GAIL: ->Cross-Fire. HC:Pantheon Books: New York, 1972. 1st Edition 135 pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy
in a v/g d/j. A soldier lost from his platoon finds four children who are the sole survivors of a village raid. Together
they seek their way out of the jungle.

1569.) GRANGER, BILL: ->Schism. HC:Crown Publishers: New York, 1981. 1st Edition 310 pgs., $12.5 A v/g plus
copy in a v/g plus d/j Another copy, $6.00, spine cocked, a good plus copy in a v/g d/j. A spy novel with a post
Vietnam War setting that revolves around an American Catholic missionary who walks out of the jungles of
Cambodia to the U.S. Embassy in Bangkok.
9002.) GRAY, SPALDING: ->Swimming to Cambodia. PB:Theatre Communications Group: New York, 1985. 4TH
Edition 127 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Author is an actor who played a minor role in 'The Killing
Fields' and the experience of the Cambodian tragedy served to present solo performances in theatres across the
land that is a reflection on the whole Indochina tragedy.
1575.) GRIFFIN, W. E. B.: ->Brotherhood of War, Book VIII: The Aviators. PB:Jove Books: New York, 1989. 1st
Edition 455 pgs., $6 Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy. This novel in the Brotherhood of War series by the author
covers the rapid development of a first-ever Air Assault Division in Vietnam during 1964.

4294.) GRIFFIN, W.E.B.: ->Brotherhood of War, Book 3: The Majors. PB:Jove Books: New York, 1987. 24th Edition
376 pgs., $6 Wraps mass market, a fine copy. This novel in the author's Brotherhood of War series tells the story of
two Americans being parachuted into Dien Bien Phu to observe the French campaign against the Viet Minh.

1576.) GROEN, JAY and DAVID: ->Huey. PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 280 pgs., $7.5 Wraps
original, store stamp inside cover, a v/g copy. Another copy, $5.00, 2nd, ed., a v/g copy. A novle of a chopper
assault pilot in Vietnam. Authors are brothers who served in Vietnam and this book is based on their experiences
during the war.
1577.) GROOM, WINSTON: ->Better Times Than These. HC:Summit Books: New York, 1978. 1st Edition 411 pgs.,
$12.5 PB:Berkeley Books: New York, 1979. 1st Edition 477 pgs., $5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a mass market
ed., a v/g copy. A novel of an infantry unit serving in Vietnam. Author was a lieutenant in the army and served in
Vietnam with the Fourth Infantry Division.

28950.) GROOM, WINSTON: ->Gone the Sun. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1988. 1ST Edition 302 pgs., $12
Previous owner's intitials on enpaper, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j. Novel of a successful Southern playright and a
Vietnam veteran who takes a job of his hometown nespaper in a community ripe with corruption.

9832.) GROOMS, ANTHONY: ->Bombingham. HC:Free Press: New York, 2001. 1st Edition 304 pgs., $15 A mint
copy in a mint d/j. A black soldier in Vietnam writes to the family of a fellow soldier and friend who is killed in battle.
In writing the letter, he wrestles with the issues of the war and the Civil Rights movement as it confronts the racism
of Birmingham, Al...
3116.) HA THUC SINH: ->If I Should Live to Return: 'Report to the Free World.: PB:: , . 29 pgs., $3.5 A
photocopied reprint done with the permission of James Banerian. A collection of song lyrics written by a former
Vietnamese re-education camp prisoner. Translated from the Vietnamese by James Banerian.

8212.) HACKWORTH, DAVID H.: ->The Price of Honor. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1999. 4th Edition 489 pgs.,
$22.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A family with a tradition of military service has a member that dishonors this
tradition in Vietnam as a member of the Special Forces.

1581.) HADLEY, J. B.: ->The Point Team. PB:Warner Books: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 283 pgs., $5 Wraps
original, a v/g copy. An Amerasian boy is resued by Special Forces soldiers.

1582.) HALBERSTAM, DAVID: ->One Very Hot Day. HC:Houghton Mifflin Co.: Boston, 1967. BC Edition 216 pgs.,
$6 PB:Warner Books: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 230 pgs., $5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wrasp mass market ed., a v/g
plus copy. The setting for this story is the early years of the U.S. involvement in Vietnam during 1964 that depicts
the frustrations of the early advisors during this period.

1583.) HALDEMAN, JOE: ->War Year. PB:Avon Books: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 108 pgs., $7.5 Wraps mass
market ed., a v/g copy. A story of an enlisted man whose main focus is staying alive in Vietnam for a year. Author
served in the 4th Division in the Central Highlands and he states the research for the book was done on location.

1587.) HARDESTY, STEVEN: ->Ghost Soldiers. HC:Walker & Co.: New York, 1986. 1st Edition 205 pgs., $2.99 A
v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. An infantry is sent to rescue the survivors of a downed chopper and is destroyed. Two
survivors seeking to get back to their base are joined by other members of the unit who are brought back to life.

1352.) HARDY, Ed. GORDON and EDITORS OF BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY:->The Vietnam Experience:
Words of War: An Anthology of Vietnam War Literature. HC:Boston Publishing Co.: Boston, MA, 1988. 1st Edition
192 pgs., $12.5 A v/g copy. This is a volume in a 25 volume work on the Vietnam experience that is devoted to
the literature of the war. Compiled by Gordon Hardy and the editors of Boston Publishing Company.


28935.) HARE, DAVID: ->The Asian Plays: Fanshen, Saigon and A Map of the World. HC:Faber & Faber: New York,
1986. BC Edition 237 pgs., $12 Owner's stamp on enpaper, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j. Saigon is a film which
focuses on individual emotions against the turnmoil of the American withdrawal from Vietnam.

1593.) HASTINGS, MICHAEL: ->The Unknown Soldier. PB:Fawcett Books: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 327 pgs.,
$5 Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy. A novel based on the designating the remains as The Unknown Soldier of
the Vietnam War. A former CIA analyst assigned to track down MIA's for the Pentagon opposes the selection
provided by forensic experts based in Hawaii and he tries to stop their designation.

1234.) HATHAWAY, BO: ->A World of Hurt. HC:Taplinger Publishing Co.: New York, 1981. 2nd Edition 318 pgs.,
$2.95 A v/g plus copy in a a v/g plus d/j. Two guys sign up for the Special Forces more out of boredom of the early
60's society. They serve their tour and return bitter from the experience. Author served with the Special Forces in
the Central Highlands.
1235.) HAWKINS, EVELYN: ->Vietnam Nurse. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 384 pgs., $6 Wraps
mass market ed, a v/g copy. A story of an army nurse assigned to Saigon's 555th Field Hospital.

3426.) HAWKINS, JACK: ->Chopper 1 No. 8: Death Brigade. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 338 pgs.,
$6 Wraps mass market, a v/g copy. An adventure novel with the First Air Cav operating in the Central Highlands.

5522.) HAWKINS, JACK: ->Chopper 1, No. 1: Blood Trails. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 361 pgs., $6
Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. In this title, the First Air Cav is involved in the Ia Drang campaign.

6333.) HAWKINS, JACK: ->Chopper l: No. 9: Payback. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 324 pgs., $6
Wraps mass makret, a v/g copy. The First Air Cav goes into Cambodia to rescue U.S. POWs.

6334.) HAWKINS, JACK: ->Chopper No. 1: No. 10: Monsoon Massacre. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1988. 1st Edition
323 pgs., $6 Wraps mass market, a v/g copy. A chopper crew makes a last stand at Tray Ben village after being
6335.) HAWKINS, JACK: ->Chopper No. 1: No. 12: Sniper Kill. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 328 pgs.,
$6 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. The First Air Cav tangles with a Russian sniper.

4973.) HAWKINS, JACK: ->Chopper No. 1: No. 13, Riverine Slaughter. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1989. 1st Edition
324 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market, scrape on front cover, o/w a v/g copy. The Air Cavalry coming to the rescue of a

6337.) HAWKINS, JACK: ->Chopper No. 1: No. 14: Combat Killers. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 325
pgs., $6 Wraps mass makret, a v/g copy. The First Air Cav is ordered to defend the northern approaches to the

3427.) HAWKINS, JACK; ->Chopper 1 No. 4: Red River. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 339 pgs., $6
Wraps mass market, a v/g copy. In this title, the First Air Cav is operating in the Mekong Delta.

1595.) HEATH, LAYNE: ->CW2 HC:William Morrow & Co.: New York, 1990. 1st Edition 370 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus
copy in a v/g d/j. A gung-ho chopper pilot in Vietnam that has returned to Vietnam for a second after becoming
bored with a year of stateside life after his first tour. Author served two tours as a chopper pilot.

5298.) HEATH, LAYNE: ->The Blue Deep. HC:William Morrow & Co.: New York, 1993. 1st Edition 382 pgs., $7.5
Previous owner's initials on enpaper, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j.. A squad of American flight instructors are sent to
Hanoi during the First Indochina War to train French helicopter pilots with a cover mission to expose black marketers
in Hanoi.
1596.) HECKLER, JONELLEN: ->Safekeeping. HC:G. P. Putnam's Sons: New York, 1983. 1st Edition 224 pgs., $1.99
A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A POW joins the anti-war movement while her husband is a POW. She has an affair with a
man who befriends her 12 yearf old son.

1597.) HEFFERNAN, WILLIAM: ->The Corsican. HC:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1983. 1st Edition 423 pgs., $7.5
A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Another copy, $5.00, BC, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A politics of heroin crime thriller with partial

1599.) HEINEMANN, LARRY: ->Paco's Story. HC:Farrar Straus & Giroux: New York, 1986. 1st Edition 210 pgs., $10
PB:Penguin Books: London, 1987. 2nd Edition 210 pgs., $5 A fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps a mass market ed.,
a v/g copy. An entire unit is destroyed in Vietnam with the exception of Paco. Paco survives the military
bureaucracy and the Veterans Administration system and he obtains job in a small diner. He remains haunted by the
ghosts of the men in his unit.
3119.) HELM, ERIC: ->The Scorpion Squad No. 1: Body Count. PB:Pinnacle Books: New York, 1984. 1st Edition
212 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market, a v/g copy. Captain Gerber and his Scorpion Squad set up shop near the

4520.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero: Cambodian Sanctuary. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1989. 1st
Edition 218 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Special Forces Captain Mack Gerber is called upon to
rescue a CIA agent and a journalist in Cambodia.

4519.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero: Dragon's Jaw. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1989. 1st Edition
221 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market, a v/g plus copy. Special Forces Captain Mack Gerber is assigned to lead a team of
Green Berets to take out some big guns at the entrance to the Ho Chi Minh Trail.

3440.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero: Guidelines. PB:Worldwide LIbrary: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 218
pgs., $5 A mass market ed., scratch on front cover, o/w a v/g copy. Captain Gerber and his men are sent on a mission
into North Vietnam to investigate a Soviet missile guidance system.

3545.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero: Hamlet. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 219 pgs.,
$5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Captain Mack Gerber investigates as to why a village is overrun by the
Vietcong and he prepares for a second attack.

3546.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero: Incident At Plei Soi. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1988. 1st
Edition 221 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Captain Gerber is sent on a fact finding mission to
determine the future of Camp A-337 and he is attacked by the Vietcong and the NVA.

4522.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero: Iron Triangle. PB:Gold Eagle Books: London, 1989. 221 pgs., $6
Wraps mass market, a v/g copy. Captain Mack Gerber is assigned the task of dealing with a drug ring in Saigon that is

4056.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero: MACV. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 218 pgs.,
$5 Wraps mass market, a v/g plus copy. Special Forces Captain Gerber is assigned to find a missing recon patrol.

4977.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero: Moon Cusser. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 219
pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., o/w a v/g copy. Special Forces Captain Gerber must seek out a radioman who is
calling in air support that is resulting in chopper crews being badly mutilated or killed.

4975.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero: P.O.W.. PB:Worldwide Books: New York, 1986. 1st Edition 219 pgs.,
$5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Three Special Forces team members escape from bamboo cages.

1602.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero: Payback. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 219
pgs., $6 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. A Special Force mission that seeks to take back a Special Forces camp

3175.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero: Puppet Soldiers. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1989. 1st Edition
218 pgs., $6 Mass market ed., a v/g copy. A Special Forces team goes into Cambodia to assassinate Cambodian
officers who are helping the NVA to construct sanctuary bases in Cambodia. Of course, the CIA is involved in
organizing this mission and the Special Forces officer assigned to carry out the mission does not trust them and
rightly so..
3547.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero: Red Dust. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 220
pgs., $5 Wraps mass marekt, a v/g copy. Captain Gerber undertakes a mission to the North to plant 'tulips, ' i.e seismic
intrusion devices in order to pinpoint the route of a major NVA invasion.

4978.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero: Soldier's Medal. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1987. 1st Edition
219 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Special Forces Captain Gerber must seek out a rogue American
soldier who is riddled with the the guilt of being the lone survivor of a VC attack on a Special Forces site.

7075.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero: Strike. PB:World Wide Books: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 350 pgs.,
$5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Special Forces Captain Gerber is assigned the mission to Nui Ba Den to
uncover Charlie's stronghold deep inside the Black Virgin Mountain.

4057.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero: Tan Son Nhut. PB:Worldwide LIbrary: New York, 1989. 1st Edition
218 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Captain Gerber is assigned the task of dealing with NVA terrorist
attacks on the South Vietnamese civilian population.

4980.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero: Target. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1990. 1st Edition 218 pgs.,
$6 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. A Special Forces team is sent to Hanoi to capture General Giap.

4979.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero: TET. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 220 pgs.,
$6 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Special Forces Captain and his men are in Saigon when the TET Offensvie

6059.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero: The Fall of Camp A-555. PB:Worldwide Books: New York, 1987. 1st
Edition 221 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Captain Mack Gerber is sent on a cross-border operation
and returns to find his site has been taken by the enemy.

3342.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero: The Kit Carson Scout. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1987. 1st
Edition 221 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market, a v/g copy. A Special Forces mission becomes involed on a cross border

1601.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero: The Ville. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 221
pgs., $5 Wraps mass market, a v/g copy. A Special Forces mission is into Laos to train a group of Hmong tribesmen to
hamper enemy traffic on the Ho Chi Minh Trail but a female anthropologist studying the tribe opposes this.

3441.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero: Unconfirmed Kill. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1986. 1st Edition
221 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. A Special Forces unit are on a R&R in Hong Kong where the
enemy seeks to lure them into a trap, utilizing a beautiful American woman.

3439.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero: Warlord. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1990. 1st Edition 220
pgs., $6 Wraps mass market, a v/g copy. The setting of this novel is a Special Forces operation against the Ho Chi
Minh Trail utilizing Hmong in northern Laos. General Van Pao, though not named, is depicted as a warlord.

3341.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero: Warrior. PB:Worldwide Books: New York, 1990. 1st Edition 221 pgs.,
$6 Wraps mass market, a v/g copy. The hero of this series, Captain Gerber, organizes a recon mission.

1600.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam Ground Zero:The Hobo Woods. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1987. 1st Edition
219 pgs., $6 Wraps mass market original, creasing of cover, o/w a good plus copy. The hero of this novel and others
in this series is who is back in Vietnam with orders to avoid combat, , look for the enemy but don't find him in order to
keep casualities down as the war is winding down..

4981.) HELM, ERIC: ->Vietnam: Ground Zero. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1986. 1st Edition 220 pgs., $5
Wraps mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. A Special Forces squad gets involved in a CIA operation to assassinate a
Chinese commander operating from a base in Cambodia. A career type US Army general gets wind of this
operation and charges them with murdering a foreign national in a neutral country.


6008.) HELMS, E. MICHAEL: ->The Proud Bastards. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1990. 1st Edition 224 pgs., $5
Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy.

1618.) HEMPSTONE, SMITH: ->A Tract of Time. HC:Houghton Mifflin Co.: Boston, 1966. 1st Edition 271 pgs.,
$1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.. A CIA operative is working with mountain tribesman who are as opposed to the
Saigon government as they are to the VC. The time setting of this novel is the Diem coup which makes it an
interesting read.
3252.) HENDRICKS, G.C.: ->The Second War. PB:Penguin Books: New York, 1991. 196 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade
ed., a v/g copy. A southern preacher's son joins the Marines and goes to Vietnam. He is captured but escapes and
undergoes a traumatic ordeal in order to survive the jungle. This follows him home.

7007.) HETZNER, C.N.: ->In the War For Peace PB:Moyer Bell: Wakefield, RI, 1997. 335 pgs., $10 Wraps proof
ed, a v/g plus copy. A story of a close group of college friend who form a group called Students Against the War.

5174.) HILLERMAN, TONY: ->Finding Moon. HC:HarperCollins: New York, 1995. 1st Edition 319 pgs., $6
Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a very fine copy in a very fine d/j The hero of this book goes on a mssion to
Southeast Asia as Saigon is falling and the Khmer Rouge are taking over Cambodia.

1627.) HOLLAND, WILLIAM E.: ->Let a Soldier Die. HC:Delacorte Press: New York, 1984. BC Edition 324 pgs.,
$1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. This novel depicts the ordeals of a chopper pilot during the Vietnam War.
Author a Rhodes scholar who served as a chopper pilot in Vietnam.

8643.) HOOVER, PAUL: ->Saigon, Illinois. PB:Vintage Books: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 229 pgs., $7.5 Wraps
trade ed., a v/g plus copy. A novel of a conscientious objector who performs his alternative service at a large

1631.) HOUGRON, JEAN: ->Barbarian's Country. HC:Farrar, Straus & Cudahy: New York, 1961. 1st Edition 256 pgs.,
$25 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. An estranged son of a plantation owner has a Vietnamese mistress. His father is
murdered and he takes over the plantation where he has to weigh his ideals with political unrest.

4083.) HOWELL, HANEY: ->Road Runners: Combat Journalists in Cambodia. HC:Paladin Press: Boulder, CO, 1989.
282 pgs., $12.5 A very fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. D/J has about inch tear top edge of backcover. This novel
depicts the final days of Cambodia before its fall to the Khmer Rouge as told through the eyes of a reporter with
many of the characters in the story reflecting this time period. The author was a longtime CBS correspondent in
Phnon Penh, and he was the last CBS bureau chief in Saigon.
1632.) HUGGETT, WILLIAM TURNER: ->Body Count. HC:G. P. Putnam's Sons: New York, 1973. 2nd Edition 445
pgs., $6 A v/g copy. A novel of an infantry platoon leader, a lieutenant in the Marines. Newman rates this as
among the very best novels of Marines in Vietnam.

1635.) HUNTER, R. LANNY and VICTOR L. HUNTER:->Living Dogs and Dead Lions. HC:Viking Penguin, Inc.: New
York, 1986. 1st Edition 260 pgs., $12 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. A Special Forces vet visits the widow of a
close friend killed in Vietnam 12 years before and they eventually marry. In the courting period, flashbacks bring
back the battle in which the friend had been killed. Written by brothers, one a Vietnam vet who served with the
Special Forces and the other a theologian who opposed the war.
7148.) HUO, T.C.: ->A Thousand Wings. HC:E.P. Dutton & Co.: New York, 1998. 1st Edition 243 pgs., $15 A mint
copy in a mint d/j. A Laotian refugee tells the story of one man's courtship of another through food and the shared
stories of their Southeast Asian heritage. This is the first novel written in this country by a Laotian.

8743.) HUO, T.C.: ->Land of Smiles. PB:Penguin Putnam, Inc.: New York, 2000. 1st Edition 215 pgs., $12.95
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A Laotian refugee boy flees Laos by swimming the Mekong and then moves to

21344.) HUONG, DUONG THU: ->Beyond Illusions. HC:Hyperion: New York, 2002. 1st Edition 247 pgs., $19.5 A
mint copy in a mint d/j. A novel of post-war Vietnam that depicts the rampant corruption and hypocrisy of the
Communist party. Originally published in Vietnam in 1987, it sold more than 100,000 copies. In 1990, she was
imprisoned in Vietnam for her advocacy of human rights.

8868.) HUONG, DUONG THU: ->Memories of a Pure Spring. PB:Penguin Books: New York, 2001. 340 pgs., $13
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A novel of modern Vietnam that entails the sturggle of a couple after the war as they
seek to survive the compleities of a postwar regime.

1639.) HYND, NOEL: ->Revenge. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 431 pgs., $5 Wraps a mass market
ed., a v/g copy. An ex-POW seeks out a European who inflicted torture and death on American POW's in North

1640.) IVES, JOHN: ->Fear In a Handful of Dust. HC:E.P. Dutton & Co.: New York, 1978. 2nd Edition 244 pgs., $7.5
A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A native American Vietnam veteran escapes from a mental hospital and holds a group of

1642.) JACOB, JOHN: ->Long Ride Back. PB:Thunder's Mouth Press: New York, 1988. 320 pgs., $10 Wraps trade
ed., a v/g plus copy. The author seeks to portray the harrowing experience of the Vietnam War and the walking

33716.) JANETTE, Ed. MICHELE: ->My Viet: Vietnamese American Literature in English, 1962-Present.
PB:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 2011. 1ST Edition 250 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This work
presents a rich, varied, and provocative collection of literary work that explores Vietnam from many Vietnamese
points of view, sees America through a specifically Vietnamese American lens, and broadens the scope of
Vietnaamese American literature. An intersting aspect of this study is the post-war Vietnamese life, immigration to
and life in America, and reconnections with contemporary Vietnam.
25639.) JANKO, JAMES: ->Buffalo Boy and Geronimo. PB:Curbstone PressDub: Willimantic, CT, 2006. 1st Edition
261 pgs., $14 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The novel depicts the effect the war had on village life in Vietnam as
the Americans pursued the VC in the rice paddies.

3526.) JASON, Ed. PHILP K.: ->Fourteen Landing Zones; Approached to Vietnam War Literature. PB:University of
Iowa Press: Iowa City, IA., 1991. 1st Edition 250 pgs., $15.95 Wraps trade ed., mint as purchased new. Fourteen
essays on Vietnam War literature dealing with the question of how we will filter the writings of the Vietnam War and
what will survive the process of critical acclaim and societal affirmation. The editor taught at the U.S. Naval
Academy at the time of the book's publication.

28940.) JASON, PHILIP: ->The Separation: Poems. PB:Vietnam Generation, Inc.: Woodbridge, CT., 1995. 1ST
Edition 88 pgs., $12 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy.
28949.) JENKS, Ed. TOM: ->Soldiers and Civilians: American atWar and at Home. HC:Bantam Books: New York,
1986. 1ST Edition 305 pgs., $10 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. A collection of 20 stories that reflect a modern vision
of war, most being by writers who experienced the Vietnam War.

1646.) JESSUP, RICHARD: ->Threat. HC:Viking Press: New York, 1981. 1st Edition 281 pgs., $7.5 Bookplate on
enpaper, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A Vietnam vet threatens to blow up St. Cyr Tower on 5th Avenue unless he is

27952.) JOHNSON, DENIS: ->Tree of Smoke. HC:Farrar Straus & Giroux: New York, 2007. 3rd Edition 614 pgs., $12
A mint copy in a mint d/j. A novel of a CIA operative engaged in Psychological Operations against the Viet Cong.

8779.) JONES, ADRIENNE: ->Long Time Passing. HC:Harper & Row: New York, 1990. 1st Edition 244 pgs., $12.5
A fine copy in a fine d/j. A 17 year old boy who is the son of a Marine officer serving in Vietnam falls in love with a
free-spirited flower child active in the peace movement.

7330.) JUST, WARD: ->A Dangerous Friend. HC:Houghton Mifflin Co.: Boston, MAss., 1999. 1st Edition 256 pgs.,
$7.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A novel of f Saigon in the earlry years of American involvement where a few
American civilians seek to reform Vietnam, thus winning the hearts and minds of the people in the process.

4062.) JUST, WARD: ->Jack Gance. HC:Houghton Mifflin: Boston, 1989. 1st Edition 279 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in
a v/g d/j. This is Just at his best in describing the rise of Washington insiders during the 60s. Though the Vietnam
War is not dealt with in a significant way in this novel, it still reflects Washington during this period.

1652.) JUST, WARD: ->The Congressman Who Loved Flaubert and Other Washington Stories. PB:Houghton
Mifflin: Boston, 1998. 1st Edition 389 pgs., $12 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. This is a selection of short stories
written by Just reflecting the times around Washington in the early seventies. One story, 'Prime Evening Time,' is
about a captain who won the Congressional Medal of Honor in Vietnam. After given a Washington assignment, he is
pressured to give an interview about the circumstances that resulted in his award.


1655.) KALB, BERNARD and MARVIN KALB:->The Last Ambassador. HC:Little, Brown & Co.: Boston, 1981. 1st
Edition 276 pgs., $2.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A novel that depicts the behavior of the last American ambassador
of Vietnam as South Vietnam is falling. It is not a very far fetch novel to say the least. Both of the Kalb brothers
were reporters for CBS News and Bernard Kalb reported regualrly on South Vietnam for the New York Times.

1659.) KARLIN, Eds. WAYNE, BASIL T. PAQUET and LARRY ROTTMANN:->Free Fire Zone: Short Stories by
Vietnam Veterans. PB:1ST Casuality Press: Coventry, CT, 1973. 1st Edition 208 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g
copy. Another copy puslbished by McGraw-Hill, $6.00, ex-library, spine cocked, a good plus copy. A collection of
21 short stories by those who served in Vietnam. The editors in their introduction states that these stories offer a The
editors in the introduction states that this selection offers collective insight into the price paid by both peoples when
one culture attempts to strip another of its dignity and destroy its gods. An excerpt from the Pentagon Papers stating
"Grab them by the balls and their hearts and minds will follow' appears before the introduction. First published by
First Casualty Press and then picked up by McGraw-Hill Book Company which served to give this book wide

4597.) KARLIN, Eds. WAYNE, LE MINH KHUE and TRUONG VU:->The Other Side of Heaven: Post-War Fiction by
American and Vietnamese Writers. PB:Curbstone Books: Willimantic, CT, 1995. 1st Edition 411 pgs., $12.5 Wraps
trade ed., a mint copy. A collection of stories written in the aftermath of the war with Vietnamese writers on both
sides of the war included . The editors stated purpose in assembling this collection was to try and hold up a mirror in
which readers could see a commonality of pain and hope.


30949.) KARLIN, WAYNE: ->Marble Mountain. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is a novel of an adopted
daughter of African American and Vietnamese descent who searches for her true identity. She and her adoptive
father, a Vietnam veteran and African American return to Marbel Mountain as her adoptive father has a passion for
sculpting.
6780.) KARLIN, WAYNE: ->Prisoners. HC:Curbstone Press: Connecticut, 1998. 1st Edition 171 pgs., $15 A mint
copy in a mint d/j. The story of a runaway Vietnamese girl who was brought to this country as an infant and seeks to

4059.) KARLIN, WAYNE: ->US HC:Henry Holt & Co.: New York, 1993. 1st Edition 215 pgs., $12 A fine copy in a
fine d/j. In this novel, the author explores our national obsession with MIAs. His protagonist is a former Vietnam vet
who opens up a bar in Bangkok. He accepts an assingment from a congressman passing thorugh who alleges that a
group of MIAs have joined up with one of the opium armies in the Golden Triangle.

1661.) KEELEY, EDMUND: ->A Wilderness Called Peace. HC:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 315
pgs., $1.99 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A novel that depicts the plight of Cambodia
under the Khmer Rouge as seen through the eyes of a college educated woman of an Asian/European background.

1665.) KENNEDY, ADAM: ->In a Far Country. HC:Delacorte Press: New York, 1983. 1st Edition 345 pgs., $6
Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A wealthy girl from a prominient family finds on Martha's
Vieneyard falls in love with a young a man who flees to Canada to avoid the draft. She follows him but then returns
five years later.
9827.) KHAI, NGYEN: ->Past Continuous. PB:Curbstone Press: Willimantic, CT, 2001. 1st Edition 159 pgs., $12
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A novel by a Vietnamese writer in Vietnam in the early eighties. He dramatizes the
histories, adventures, and emotions of three Vietnamese--a secret agent, a female battalion commander, and a
Catholic priest who supported the revolution.
8742.) KHANG, MA VAN: ->Against the Flood. PB:Curbstone Press: Willimantic, CT, 2000. 1st Edition 309 pgs.,
$12.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A novel about a writer whose work has been banned in contemporary Vietnam.

9187.) KIDD, DIANA: ->Onion Tears. PB:Beech Tree Books: New York, 1993. 1st Edition 62 pgs., $4.95 Wraps trade
ed., a mint copy. A story of a Vietnamese girl who has immigrated to Australia.

1668.) KING, ANNETTE: ->The Magic Tortoise Ranch. HC:Crown Publishers: New York, 1972. 1st Edition 218 pgs.,
$6 Ex-library, markings title page, opposite title page, inside covers & top edge, o/w a v/g plus copy in a v/g plus
d/j. A Vietnam vet haunted by the war seeks refugee in a commune in the American Southwest .

8923.) KINNEY, KATHERINE: ->Friendly Fire: American Images of the Vietnam War. PB:Oxford University Press:
New York, 2000. 1st Edition 221 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author argues that the vast majority of
memoirs, novels, plays, and movies that have been devoted to the war share a single story: that of Americans killing
Americans in Vietnam.
1670.) KIRKWOOD, JAMES: ->Some Kind of Hero. HC:Thomas Y. Crowell Co.: New York, 1975. 1st Edition 399
pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. An enlisted POW returns home to a series of tragic events, i.e. wife living with
another man, mother ill and what have you.

1671.) KLINKOWITZ, Eds. JEROME and JOHN SOMER:->Writing Under Fire: Stories of the Vietnam War. PB:Dell
Publishing Co.: New York, 1978. 2nd Edition 274 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A collection of 20 stories of
the Vietnam War, both fiction and non-fiction, which present the full spectrum of the Vietnam War experience.

1672.) KLOSE, KEVIN and PHILIP A. McCOMBS:->The Typhoon Shipments. HC:W. W. Norton & Co.: New York,
1974. 1st Edition 280 pgs., $6 Spine slightly cocked, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A politics of heroin novel with
heroin being smuggled in U.S. via bodies of dead servicemen. The main characters of the book are custom agents.


8292.) KOCH, CHRISTOPHER J.: ->Highways to a War. HC:Viking Press: New York, 1995. 1ST Edition 469 pgs., $12
PB:Penguin Books: New York, 1996. 1st Edition 469 pgs., $6 A fine copy in a fine d/j.. Wraps trade ed., a fine
copy. An Australian journalist seeks to find a combat photographer missing after the fall of Phnon Penh.

1674.) KOLPACOFF, VICTOR: ->The Prisoners of Quai Dong. HC:New American Library: New York, 1967. 1st
Edition 214 pgs., $12 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. An army officer is imprisoned at Quai Dong for refusing to fight. He is
called upon to question a Viet Cong prisoner because of his language skill. The prisoner is tortured and the officer
must wrestle with his conscience.
8407.) KOMUNYAKAA, YUSEF: ->Dien Cai Dau. PB:Wesleyan University Press: Middletown, CT, 1988. 7th Edition
63 pgs., $12.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The poetry captures the experience of the black soldier in Vietnam.
Author served in Vietnam as a correspondent and editor of 'The Southern Cross" and received the Bronze Star.

26049.) KROLL, BARRY M.: ->Teaching Hearts and Minds: College Students Reflect On the Vietnam War in
Literature. HC:Southern Illinois University Press: Carbondale, IL, 1992. 1st Edition 200 pgs., $12.5 A fine copy in a
fine d/j. A book by a professor of English who taught Vietnam war literature and who served in Vietnam.

1503.) KRUEGER, CARL: ->Wings of the Tiger. HC:Frederick Fell, Inc.: New York, 1966. 4th Edition 285 pgs., $7.5
A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. The earliest novel on the air war in Vietnam and it is quite gung-ho in its tone which is not
surprising as the author served as a pilot during World War II and he did not fight under a Secretary of Defense such
as McNamara.
1804.) KY, PHAM VAN: ->Blood Brothers. PB:Yale Center International & Area Studies: New Haven, CT, 1981.
134 pgs., $12 Wraps trade size ed., mint as purchased new. A novel of a Vietnamese expatriate living in Paris who
does not return to Vietnam. The historical setting of the novel is just before Bao Dai's abdication. Novel was
originally published in 1947 in France. Translated from the French by Margaret Mauldon and there is an
introduction and notes by Lucy Nguyen.
1675.) LA FOUNTAINE, GEORGE: ->The Long Walk. HC:G. P. Putnam's Sons: New York, 1986. 1st Edition 256
pgs., $15 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. An Indian POW spends nine years as a POW and he is harshly treated and after
the war, he becomes a psychiatric patient in a VA hospital. Finally he is released through the efforts of an Indian
doctor and he returns to his reservation.

9277.) LAN, MONG: ->Song of the Cicadas. PB:University of Massachusetts Press: Amherst, MA, 2001. 1st Edition
82 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Poetry written by a refugee who returns to Vietnam. This collection is the
recipient of the Juniper Prize presented annually by the University of Massachusetts Press for original poetry.

3919.) LANSING, JOHN L.: ->The Black Eages No. 14: Firestorn At Dong Nam. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1988.
1st Edition 256 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market, a v/g copy. A special Russian special unit is sent to Vietnam to take on

3429.) LANSING, JOHN: ->Black Eagle No. 4: Pungi Patrol. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 236 pgs.,
$5 Wraps mass market, a v/g copy. The Black Eagles, an elite unit of jungle fighters, are given a mission to destroy
an East German unit in Vietnam that are posing as Americans and killing helpless South Vietnamese villagers.

6058.) LANSING, JOHN: ->Black Eagles No. 11: Duel On the Song Cai. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1987. 1st
Edition 236 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Lieutenant Robert Falconi and his Black Eagles are called
upon to take back the Song Cai River from the North Vietnamese.

5939.) LANSING, JOHN: ->The Black Eagles No. 12: Lord of Laos. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1987. 1st Edition
222 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Colonel Falconi and his company seek to recruit a guerrilla leader
of the Meo but a French army sergeant opposes this as he runs an opium empire. Author was not aware that by
1987, it was not in vogue to refer to the Hmong as Meo.

4906.) LANSING, JOHN: ->The Black Eagles No. 5: Saigon Slaughter. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1984. 1st
Edition 235 pgs., $56 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. The Black Eagles have been infiltrated by an enemy agent
and this has decimated their unit. They have been pulled off active operations and are in Saigon where they seek
to find this enemy agent.
4905.) LANSING, JOHN: ->The Black Eagles No. 6: AK-47 Firefight. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1985. 1st Edition
222 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. The Black Eagles are assigned the task of stopping weaponry from
coming down the Ho Chi Minh trail.


4904.) LANSING, JOHN: ->The Black Eagles No. 9: Bad Scene at Bong Son. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1986. 1st
Edition 269 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. A journalist accompanies the Black Eagles into the Central
HIghlands where they encounter a North Vietnamese regulars.

6009.) LANSING, JOHN: ->The Black Eagles No.15: Ho's Hellhounds. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1988. 1st Edition
252 pgs., $6 Wraps mass market ed, a v/g copy. The Black Eagles seek to destroy the North Vietnamese supply trails
5942.) LANSING, JOHN; ->The Black Eagles No. 7: Beyond the DMZ. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1985. 1st Edition
238 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a small scrape on front cover, o/w a v/g copy. Captain Falconi goes across the
DMZ with a fearless group of Ping-Yan-Uen tribesmen, a tribe unknown by anthropologists that have worked in
Vietnam.

1677.) LARTEGUY, JEAN: Translated by LEONARD MAYHEW:->Presumed Dead. HC:Little, Brown & Co.: Boston,
1976. 1st Edition 459 pgs., $25 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Another copy, $12.50, spine slightly concaved & cocked,
o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. 'Fictional' account of three CBS journalists who disappear during the 1970 Cambodian
invasion. As is the case of all of Larteguy's novels with a Southeast Asian setting, they have as much fact as fiction.
First published in France in 1973.
9131.) LATTIMORE, C. BENJAMIN: ->The Maiden from Hell's Kitchen. PB:First Books Library: Fort Washington,
PA, 2000. REV. Edition 436 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A novel of the journey of a group of men from
thier experiences in Vietnam to the streets back in the U.S. with the MOB, deception, drugs, and murder.

6892.) LAX, SCOTT: ->The Year That Trembled. HC:Paul S. Eriksson Publisher: Forest Dale, VT, 1998. 1st Edition
186 pgs., $12 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A group of young men in a small Ohio town in 1970 face the draft lottery.

3117.) LE TAT DIEU: ->Inkdrops. PB:: , . 48 pgs., $5.5 A photocopied reprint done with the permission of James
Banerian who translated this work from the Vietnamese. This is a collection of children's moral tales.

29239.) LE, NAM: ->The Boat. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A collection of short stories.
1608.) LEDERER, WILLIAM J. and EUGENE BURDICK:->Sarkhan. HC:McGraw-Hill: New York, 1965. 1st Edition 307
pgs., $3.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Various US agencies in the Kingdom of Sarkham develop different
strategies in dealing with the threat of a Communist takeover. It depicts to a certain extent the politics of
intervention into Laos in the early sixties. Written in the same vein as their earlier book 'The Ugly American.'


5967.) LEE, LARRY: ->American Eagle: The Story of A Navajo Vietnam Veteran. PB:Packrat Press: Madrid, NM,
1977. 154 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. This novel deals with the rage of Navajo Indian Vietnam veteran
1610.) LEE, SAM: ->The Perfect War. HC:Chengalera Press: Georgetown, Tx., 1990. 1st Edition 186 pgs., $10 A
fine copy in a v/g d/j. A Naval officer sent to Vietnam as an advisor to a Vietnamese gunboat group. Author spent
two tours in Vietnam, the second as an advisor to the Vietnamese junk forces in the Ca Mau peninsula.


3183.) LEIB, FRANKLIN ALLEN: ->The Fire Dream. HC:Presidio Press: Novato, Ca., 1989. 1st Edition 607 pgs.,
$1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.. An epic novel of the Vietnam War beginning in the USA, followed by accounts of
various aspects of the war on through the TET Offensive. It concludes with the return of a number of participants to
an indifferent country. Author was a Navy lieutenant in Vietnam War, serving as a gunnery officer, boat officer and
navigator in support of Army and Marine operation.
1611.) LEIB, FRANKLIN ALLEN: ->Valley of the Shadow. HC:Presido Press: Novato, Ca., 1991. 1st Edition 303 pgs.,
$1.99 A near fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. A SEAL Team rescues POWs held in Laos.

2943.) LEWIS, LLOYD B.: ->The Tainted War: Culture and Narrative in Vietnam War Narratives. HC:Greenwood
Press: Westport, Ct., 1985. 1st Edition 193 pgs., $12 A mint copy. This study seeks to reconstruct the world view of
the soldiers who fought in the Vietnam War from their personal accounts. From this reconstruction, he seeks to
illuminate both the nature of that 'military disaster' and the larger cultural forces that made it possible.
8490.) LIM, Eds SHIRLEY GEOK-LIN and CHENG LOK CHUA:->Tilting the Continent: Southeast Asian American
Writing. PB:New River Press: Minneapolis, MN, 2000. 1st Edition 243 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., small smudge on
inside front cover, o/w a very fine copy. This is a collection of poetry, short stories, and personal essays of authors of
Southeast Asian descent.
6204.) LINH, NHAT: ->Breaking Off. PB:Privately printed.: , 1997. 118 pgs., $12.5 A photocopied reprint. A young
Vietnamese woman in the mid-1930s with a modern education is being made to marry into an old-fashioned family
in order to please her parents. Translated from the Vietnamese by James Banerian.

1679.) LINN, BILL: ->Missing In Action. PB:Avon Books: New York, 1981. 1st Edition 220 pgs., $6 Wraps mass
market original, a fine copy. A POW escapes from North Vietnam and gets to Saigon just after it has fallen.

1680.) LINN, EDWARD and JACK PEARL:->Masque of Honor. HC:W. W. Norton & Co.: New York, 1969. 1st Edition
235 pgs., $1.99 Ex-library, heavy library markings a v/g copy. A black officer who is awarded the Medal of Honor in
Vietnam and he is then pushed to exploit this upon his return to the States.

1683.) LITTLE, LOYD: ->In the Village of the Man. HC:Viking Press: New York, 1978. 1st Edition 214 pgs., $7.5
Inscribed by author, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A CIA agent goes into Laos to find a missing agent who operated a
listening post on the Chinese border in 1977 and he is confronted with the powers of the forest.

1684.) LITTLE, LOYD: ->Parthian Shot. HC:Viking Press: New York, 1975. 1st Edition 278 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy
in a v/g d/j. The setting of this novel is the assignment in 1964 of a team Special Forces that becomes stranded in a
remote South Vietnamese village that is inhabited by a Buddhist sect. Author served as a Special Forces medic
in Vietnam.
9249.) LLITERAS, D.S.: ->613 West Jefferson. HC:Hampton Roads Publishing Company: Charlottesville, VA, 2001.
1st Edition 199 pgs., $12 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A novel of a Vietnam veteran who find s himself living in a half
way house after the war. Atuhor served with the Marines in Vietnam.

1685.) LOCKRIDGE, ERNEST: ->Prince Elmo's Fire. HC:Stein & Day: New York, 1974. 1st Edition 346 pgs., $5 A
v/g copy in a good only d/j. Front flap of d/j is separted from the rest of the d/j. A young man goes to Vietnam after
dropping out of college. He is captured by Vietcong woman, escapes and returns a wounded hero.

22183.) LOMAX, DON: ->Vietnam Journal No. 11, Dak To. PB:Apple Press, Inc.: Greencastle, PA, 1989. 28 pgs.,
$7.5 Wraps trade size ed., a v/g plus copy A cartoon picture format.

1686.) LOMPERIS, TIMOTHY J.: ->Reading the Wind: The Literature of the Vietnam War. HC:Duke University Press:
Durham, NC, 1987. 174 pgs., $12 PB:Duke University Press: Durham, N.C., 1987. 174 pgs., $6 Light speckling top
edge, o/w a v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. An introduction to the literature of the war and
the literary issues raised by the war. The book also contains a bibliographic commentary by John Clark Pratt.


1688.) LOWENFELS, Ed. WALTER: ->The Writing of the Wall: 108 Poems of Protest. PB:Doubleday & Co.: New
York, 1969. 1st Edition 189 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade size edition. a v/g plus copy. A collection of past and current
poems against war that was published in support of the anti-war movement. Two poems in this collection speak to
the Vietnam War.
6079.) LUU, LE: ->A Time Far Past. HC:University of Massachusetts Press: Mass, 1997. 272 pgs., $12 A mint copy
in a mint d/j. An epic novel that presents a sweeping portrait of war and peace in northern Viet Nam from the defeat
of the French to the mid-1980's. The main character is the son of a Confucian scholar in the rural Red River delta,
and covers his early childhood through his decorated service in the American War, ending in his efforts to adapt to
the postwar world of urban Hanoi.
7210.) MAHONY, PHILLIP: ->From Both Sides Now: The Poetry of the Vietnam War and Its Aftermath.
PB:Scribner: New York, 1998. 314 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A collection of poetry from both sides,
chronologically arranged. Written by American and Vietnamese soldiers, orphans, widows, priests, monks, political
figures and antiwar protestors.
1696.) MAILER, NORMAN: ->Why Are We In Vietnam? HC:G. P. Putnam's Sons: New York, 1967. 2nd Edition 208
pgs., $7.5 PB:Oxford University Press: New York, 1988. 208 pgs., $6 A v/g copy. Wraps trade ed, a v/g copy. Also, a
mass market ed., $3.00, slight foxing edge of pages, o/w a v/g copy. The main character is an 18 year old Texan
who goes off on an Alaskan hunting trip prior to leaving for Vietnam. Vietnam is only mentioned on the last page of
the book.
8651.) MAILER, NORRIS CHURCH: ->Windchill Summer. HC:Random House: New York, 2000. 2nd Edition 395
pgs., $6 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A coming of age novel of a teenage girl raised in a strict religous home in rural
Arkansas during 1969 when the country is racked by anti-war, protests and the cultural issues of the sixties.

4064.) MANUS, WILLARD: ->The Fighting Men. PB:Panjandrum, Inc.: Los Angeles, 1981. 1st Edition 181 pgs., $5
Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A group of Vietnam vets are now fighting in an unnamed Central American country.

32102.) MARLANTES, KARL: ->Matterhorn: A Novel of the Vietnam War. HC:Atlantic Monthly Press: 2010. 5th
Edition 592 pgs., $19.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. This novel was 30 years in the making and is one of the most
vivid account of American troops serving in the boondocks as they trudge across enemy lines. Author was a Marine
who served in Vietnam.
1702.) MARTIN, IAN KENNEDY: ->Rekill. PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 1978. 1st Edition 217 pgs., $5 Wraps a
mass market ed., store stamp, o/w a v/g copy. A Vietcong officer after the war seeks out revenge against an American
officer involved in a village massacre.

1703.) MARTIN, RON: ->To Be Free! HC:Vanguard Press: New York, 1986. 1st Edition 250 pgs., $12 PB:Pocket
Books: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 221 pgs., $5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy. A
Marine is captuted but then escapes from his North Vietnamesse captors.

7747.) MARVEL COMICS PUBLICATIONS: ->The Nam. PB:Marvel Comics: New York, 1986. 0 pgs., $75 A set of
38 issues, all are v/g, dating from August, 1987 to Febraury of 1991. Begins with No. 9 and ends with No. 53.
Missing numbres are 19, 22, 24, 25, 39, 40, and 52..

21824.) MARVEL COMICS, ->The Nam Magazine, Volume 1, No. 1. PB:New World Company: New York, 1988.
50 pgs., $12.5 Wraps a v/g copy. Thisis the May of 1988 issue.

21819.) MARVEL COMICS, ->The Nam Magazine, Volume 1, No. 10. PB:New World Comany: New York, 1989.
46 pgs., $7.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. This is April, 1989 issue.

21823.) MARVEL COMICS, ->The Nam Magazine, Volume 1, No. 2. PB:New World Company: New York, 1988.
50 pgs., $7.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. This is the September of 1988 issue.

21822.) MARVEL COMICS, ->The Nam Magazine, Volume 1, No. 4. PB:New World Company: New York, 1988.
48 pgs., $7.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. This is November of 1988 issue.

21821.) MARVEL COMICS, ->The Nam Magazine, Volume 1, No. 7. PB:New World Compnay: New York, 1989.
46 pgs., $7.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. This is January of 1989 issue.

21820.) MARVEL COMICS, ->The Nam Magazine, Volume 1, No. 9. PB:New World Company: New York, 1989.
48 pgs., $7.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. This is March of 1989 issue.

1706.) MASON, BOBBIE ANN: ->In Country. HC:Harper and Row: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 245 pgs., $7.5
PB:Harper & Row: New York, 1989. 352 pgs., $4 A fine copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g plus copy.
A seventeen year old girl whose father was killed in Vietnam when she an infant seeks to come to terms with the war
and its legacy.
1707.) MASON, STEVE: ->Johnny's Song: Poetry of a Vietnam Veteran. HC:Bantam Books: New York, 1986. 1st
Edition 134 pgs., $12 PB:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1986. 1st Edition 134 pgs., $6 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps
trade ed., small remainder mark, o/w a v/g copy. The poems in this collection focus on veterans coming to terms with
their experience. His poems include one read for a prayer service for the first group of Vietnam veterans to return to
Vietnam in 1981 and it is now on display in the war museum in Hanoi. Author was anr Army captain and a
decorated Vietnam combat veteran. He is Poet Laureate of the Vietnam Veterans of America,

28947.) MASON, STEVE: ->The Human Being: A Warrior's Journey Toward Peace and Mutual Healing.
PB:Touchstone Books: New York, 1990. 1ST Edition 110 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. A book of
poetry by a Vietnam combat veteran who is Poet Laureate of the Vietnam Veterans of America.

1708.) MASON, VAN WYCK: ->Saigon Singer. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1946. BC Edition 312 pgs., $5
Wear bottom edge, o/w a v/g copy. A mystery novel set in Saigon just after World War II.

5815.) McAFEE, JOHN P.: ->Slow Walk in a Sad Rain. PB:Warner Books: New York, 1994. 1st Edition 206 pgs., $5
Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. This setting of this novel is a Special Forces camp, twenty miles above Moc Hoa
and less than a mile from the Cambodian border. The camp discovers an alliance between the CIA and North
Vietnamese regulars, an alliance they seek to destroy. Author served with the Green Berets in Vietnam.

1712.) McCAFFREY, HUGH: ->Khmer Gold. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 305 pgs., $5 Wraps mass
market original, a v/g copy. A Thai businessman hires two retired American officers to go into Cambodia to retrieve
20 million in gold bullion from the Khmer Rouge.

1715.) McCARTHY, GERALD: ->War Story: Vietnam War Poems.. PB:Crossing Press: Trumansburg, N.Y., 1977. 69
pgs., $12 Wraps trade ed., inscription on title page, o/w a fine copy. An excellent collection of poems that deal with
many aspects of the Vietnam experience during the war as well as adjusting to civilian life after returning from
Vietnam. Written by a former Marine who served in Vietnam


4065.) McCOLL, ALEX: ->Valley of Peril. PB:Tom Doherty Associates: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 316 pgs., $3
Wraps mass market ed., spine slightly cocked, a good plus copy. This novel tells of the work of District Senior Advisors
in Vietnam. The author served 30 months in Vietnam, the most part being with MACV SOG activities and eight
months as a District Advisor. Book has an introduction by General John K. Singlaub.

7341.) McDONALD, WALT: ->Blessings the Body Gave. PB:Ohio State University Press: Columbus, OH, 1998. 1st
Edition 109 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A collection of poetry where the author deals with the loss of his
father during World War II and his own experiences in Vietnam.

1716.) McDONALD, WALTER: ->A Band of Brothers. HC:Texas Tech University Press: Lubbock, Tx., 1989. 1st
Edition 144 pgs., $12.5 PB:Texas Tech University Press: Lubbock, Tx., 1989. 144 pgs., $7.5 A near mint copy in a
fine d/j. Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. A collection of short stories, most being of airmen during the Vietnam War.
Author was an Air Force pilot in Vietnam.
2941.) McDONALD, WALTER: ->After the Noise of Saigon. HC:University of Massachusetts Press: Amherst, Ma.,
1988. 87 pgs., $12.5 PB:University of Massachusetts Press: Amherst, MA, 1988. 1st Edition 87 pgs., $7.5 A mint
copy in a mint d/j. Wraps a trade size ed., a v/g plus copy. A collection of poetry that reflect the Vietnam
experience. Book is the winner of the Juniper Prize, the annual poetry award sponsored by the University of
Massachusetts Press. Author served as an Air Force pilot in Vietnam.
5586.) McDONALD, WALTER: ->Caliban In Blue and Other Poems. HC:Texas Tech Press: Lubbock, TX, 1976. 51
pgs., $10 PB:Texas Tech Press: Lubbock, TX, 1976. 51 pgs., $4.5 A mint copy. A collection of poems, most of
which reflect the experiences of those involved in the air war. Author was an Air Force pilot and instructor at the Air
Force Academy.
1717.) McHALE, TOM: ->Farragan's Retreat. HC:Viking Press: New York, 1971. 4th Edition 311 pgs., $1.99 A v/g
plus copy in a v/g d/j. A traditional Irish Catholic family in Philadelphia has son that flees to Canada to avoid the
draft and there he writes a letter of sympathy to Ho Chi Minh. This occurs just as he has a cousin killed in Vietnam.

1720.) McQUINN, DONALD E.: ->Targets. HC:Macmillian Publishing Co.: New York, 1980. 1st Edition 499 pgs., $5
PB:Tom Doherty Associates: New York, 1983. 1st Edition 512 pgs., $2.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps mass market
ed., a v/g copy. A Marine intelligence officer seeks to capture a Vietnamese gunrunner. Author served as a Marine
intelligence officer in Saigon during the war.
1722.) MEIRING, DESMOND: ->The Brinkman. HC:Houghton Mifflin Co.: Boston, 1965. 1st Edition 362 pgs., $12
A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Another copy, $7.50, a v/g copy. This a first American edition. The setting of this novel is
Laos at the time of Kong Le's coup in August of 1960. The plot revolves around a CIA agent, a French journalist
and a Vietnamese Communist.
1723.) MELARO, H.J.M.: ->The Viet-Nam Story. HC:Alexia Press: Willingboro, N.J., 1969. 1st Edition 309 pgs., $6
Owner's stamp on enpaper, o/w a v/g copy. A novel that claims to present an accurate capsule history of Southeast
Asia through the story of a contract pilot. It has a strong anti-war tone.

1724.) MERKIN, ROBERT: ->Zombie Jamboree. HC:William Morrow & Co.: New York, 1986. 1st Edition 335 pgs.,
$1.99 PB:McGraw-Hill: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 335 pgs., $3 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Two guys are sent to
Vietnam, both hate the army and one becomes involved in the assassination of an officer.

1726.) MERRITT, DON: ->Hatch's Island. PB:Bantam Books: New York, 1986. 2nd Edition 231 pgs., $4 Wraps mass
market, spine slightly cocked, o/w a v/g copy. A Special Forces officer had witnessed an ambush in Laos. Twenty
years later on a Pacific island, certain Pentagon officials discover his location and try to assassinate him.

1727.) MERRITT, DON: ->Hatch's Mission. PB:Bantam Books: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 215 pgs., $5 Wraps mass
market ed., a v/g copy. Hatch goes on a mission back to Laos to avenge the killing of a close friend from his former

1730.) MEYER, TED: ->Body Count. HC:Exposition Press: Smithtown, N.Y., 1982. 1st Edition 166 pgs., $20
PB:Mey-House Books: Stroudsburg, PA, 1982. 2nd Edition 166 pgs., $12.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps
trade ed., signed by author, a mint copy. Three Vietnam veterans seek revenge against a country that stripped them
of their dignity.
1732.) MICHAELES, M. M.: ->Suicide Command. PB:Prestige Books: New York, 1967. 158 pgs., $6 Wraps original
mass market, light soiling outside cover, o/w a v/g copy. A new Army captain in Vietnam replaces a 'hero' and this
addresses the question of whether D Company will follow him into hell.

1734.) MICHAELS, RAND: ->Women of the Green Beret. PB:Lancer Books: New York, 1967. 223 pgs., $7.5 Wraps
mass market ed., a v/g copy. The cover blurb states this book will remind you of Valley of Dolls as well as the Green

23545.) MICUS, EDWARD: ->Landing Zones. PB:New Rivers Press: Moorhead, MN, 2003. 1st Edition 109 pgs.,
$9.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A collection of short stories of growing up Cahtholic, than surviving Vietanm.
Author was drafted in 1966 and served with the First Air Cavalry Division.

3339.) MITCHELL, JAMES D.: ->Command and Control: Ghost Raid. PB:Berkeley Books: New York, 1990. 1st
Edition 252 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market, a v/g copy. A covert operation by Green Berets to capture three deserters
who have taken Special Atomic Demolition Munitions and gone behind North Vietnamese lines, threatening to set
them off uness their demands are met.
8114.) MITCHELL, JAMES D.: ->Command and Control: Heavy Hook. PB:Berkeley Books: New York, 1991. 1st
Edition 204 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. An effort on the part of the Special Forces to rescue Tan
Pop, i.e Pop Buell who worked among the Hmong in Laos.

3174.) MITCHELL, JAMES D.: ->Command and Control: Payback Mission. PB:Berkeley Book: New York, 1990. 1st
Edition 250 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market original, spine slighty cocked, o/w a v/g copy. An action serial adventure
written by a former Green Beret that does little to tell the Green Beret story.

5692.) MODRICK, I.C.: ->Nobody's Warriors. PB:Pentland Press, Inc.: Raleigh, N.C., 1997. 167 pgs., $7.5 Wraps
trade ed., inscribed by author, a v/g copy.mint copy. This is an account of memoir s a memoir of a young Marine
troop landing in Vietnam followed by their experience in Vietnam. Written by a member of the group.


1741.) MONIGOLD, COMPILER GLENN W.: Ilustrated by JEANYEE WONG:->Folk Tales From Vietnam. HC:Peter
Pauper Press: Mount Vernon, N.Y., 1964. 61 pgs., $5 A v/g copy. This book contains ten folk tales of Vietnam,
published at a time when Vietnam was still referred to as a country rather than a war.

1742.) MOORE, GENE D.: ->The Killing At Ngo Tho. PB:Pryramid Publishers: New York, 1968. 1st Edition 223
pgs., $5 Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy. An advisor assigned to an ARVN unit is assigned the mission to
elminate a VC unit in Ngo Tho Province. He succeeds in the mission but in the process, he rubs higher ups the
wrong way and faces a court-martial. Author was a Vietnam veteran who served in a similiar capacity in Vietnam.

1744.) MOORE, ROBIN and HENRY ROTHBLATT:->Court Martial. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1971. 1st
Edition 410 pgs., $6 Inscribed by Rothblatt, soiling top edge, spine slightly cocked, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Five
Green Berets officers are accused of murdering a double agent in Vietnam. Those familiar with the history of the
war are aware that this novel is based on an actual event. Highly recommmended reading on the real event is Jeff
Stein's 'A Murder in Wartime.'
1745.) MOORE, ROBIN: ->Combat Pay. Wraps mass market original, a v/g copy.. A collection of short stories, three
of which pertain to Vietnam.

1747.) MOORE, ROBIN: ->The Green Berets. HC:Crown Publishers: New York, 1969. BC Edition 341 pgs., $2.99 A
v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Piece of d/j missing bottom of spine. This is the first popular novel of the Vietnam War that
gives an enthusiastic account of how the Green Berets are winning the hearts and minds of the people. A movie
and record followed the publication of this book.
8637.) MORGAN, THOMAS B.: ->Snyder's Walk. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 404 pgs., $6 A
v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. A star correspondent for a top weekly magazine covers the 1966 protest walk from Chicago

1613.) MORRELL, DAVID: ->First Blood. PB:Fawcett Publications, Inc.: Greenwich, Ct., 1985. 6th Edition 256 pgs.,
$6 Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy. A Green Beret after being brutalized by local police, wreaks havoc in a
small Kentucky town. Book made 'Rambo' a household name.



7979.) MORT, JOHN: ->Soldier in Paradise. HC:Southern Methodist University Press: Dallas, TX, 1999. 1st Edition
180 pgs., $7.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A memoir of an infantryman in Vietnam as he tries to cope after the war
following a failed marriage. Written by a Vietnam veteran who served from 1969-1970 as a radio operator with the
lst Cavalry Division.
8198.) MORT, JOHN: ->Soldier in Paradise. HC:Southern Methodist University Press: Dallas, TX, 1999. 1st Edition
180 pgs., $7.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j This first novel embraces both the Vietnam combat experience and the
sad aftermath for those who underwent it. Author served as a radio operator with the lst Cavalry Divison in Vietnam.

7038.) MORT, JOHN: ->Tanks: Short Fiction. PB:BkMk Press: Kansas City, MO, 1986. 80 pgs., $8.95 Wraps trade
ed., a mint copy. This collection contain 8 short stories related to Vietnam. Author served with the First Air Cavalry

5853.) MULLIGAN, JOHN: ->Shopping Cart Soldiers. HC:Curbstone Press: Willimantic, CT, 1997. 1st Edition 239
pgs., $2.99 A mint copy in a very fine d/j. Memoir of the experience of a Scottish immigrant who was drafted to
serve in Vietnam while still a British citizen and loses his soul in the jungles of Vietnam. The author was himself a
Scottish immigrant who served in Vietnam under similar circumstances.

1748.) MULLIN, CHRIS: ->The Last Man Out of Saigon. PB:Bantam Books: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 209 pgs.,
$5 Wraps mass market, a v/g copy. A CIA agent goes to Vietnam just before the fall of Saigon to organize a network
of agents but he is quickly captured after his cover is blown.

23586.) MUSTILL, NORMAN OGUE: ->Mess Kit. PB:Nova Broadcaast: San Francisco, CA, 1971. 1st Edition 0 pgs.,
$25 Wraps, a fine copy. A printed folder containing four folding anti-war art pieces against the war in Vietnam.

21346.) MYERS, WALER DEAN: ->Patrol: An American Soldier in Vietnam. HC:HarperCollins: New York, 2002. 2nd
Edition 30 pgs., $12 Signed by author, a mint copy in a mint d/j. Written for young readers, ages 8 to 12, and
strikingly illustrated, by Caldecott Honor artist Ann Grifalconi, this story-poem takes the reader into the heart and
mind of a young soldier who comes face-to-face with the enemy. Author served in Vietnam


29201.) MYERS, WALTER DEAN: ->Fallen Angels and Related Readings. Slight water damage to top tip of
pages, o/w a v/g copy in a laminated library cover with photo of black soldier.. Related readings include portions of
The Things They Carried by O'Brien, a letter taken from Edelman's Dear America, a poen by Duc Thanh translated
by Bruce Weigl, and a poem by Denise Levertov.
1754.) NAPARSTECK, M.J.: ->War Song. PB:Leisure Books: New York, 1980. 206 pgs., $6 Wraps mass market ed.,
a v/g copy. A GI assigned to Saigon breaks up with a bar girl thinking she only wants a passport to the states. After
being slightly wounded, he manipulates matters at the hospital in order to be shipped to Hawaii for treatment. He
then deserts to Canada.
1756.) NATHANSON, E. M.: ->A Dirty Distant War. HC:Viking Press: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 484 pgs., $1.99
Remainder mark on foreedge, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j.. This is a novel about an OSS mission in 1944-45 starting
in Burma, going on to Chungking, then to Vietnam, ending at Lang Son. It captures the innocence and guilt of
America's fateful entry into Southeast Asia.
1757.) NAZARIAN, BARRY A.: ->Final Reckoning. HC:Seaview/Putnam: New York, 1983. 1st Edition 252 pgs., $6
Remainder stamp top edge, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. This novel focuses on the relationship of a crippled Vietnam
veteran's relationship with his father after the war. The irony of the situation is that the son did not wish to serve in
Vietnam whereas his father had been rejected by the draft board after volunteering to serve in World War II.

8780.) NELSON, THERESA: ->And One for All. HC:Orchard Books: New York, 1989. 4th Edition 182 pgs., $5 A v/g
plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. A book for Junior high that tells the story of two close friends growing up together, one
going on to college and joining the anti-war movement, the other being a drop out goes on to Vietnam. There is
conflict between the two families on the war issue as well as within each family.

1759.) NEWHAFER, RICHARD: ->No More Bugles In the Sky. HC:New American Library: New York, 1966. 1st Edition
306 pgs., $6 Previous owner's name on enpaper, o/w a v/g copy. An fighter ace is sent to Vietnam on a special
mission to lure North Vietnam into an attack so that the the President can justify sending more troops to Vietnam in
order to 'win the war.' The paperback edition was published under the title 'The Violators.'

6648.) NGUYEN, THANH T. and BRUCE WEIGL: ->Poems From Captured Documents. PB:University of
Massachusetts Press: Amherst, Mass., 1994. 64 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is a bilingual collection
of poems written by North Vietnamese soldiers and offer insight into the emotional life of the Vietnamese soldier.
They were obtained from 'The Combined Documents Exploitation Center Collection of Captured Documents' located
at the National Archives.
24067.) NGUYEN, VIET THANH: ->Race and Resistance: Literature and Politics in Asian America. HC:Oxford
University Press: New York, 2002. 1ST Edition 228 pgs., $7.5 PB:Oxford University Press: New York, 2002. 1st
Edition 228 pgs., $7.5 A mint copy. Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. Author argues that Asian American
intellectuals have idealized Asian America, ignoring its saturation with capitlaist practices. He states that the
literature embodies the complexities, conflicts, and potential future options of Asian American culture.


3118.) NHA CA: ->At Night I Hear the Cannons. PB:Privatley printed.: California, n.d.. 50 pgs., $6 A photocopied
reprint done with the permission of James Banerian who translated the work from the Vietnamese.. The author of this
poem won the National Poetry Award in 1965 in South Vietnam, later won second place in competition for the
President's Literature Award for her prose description of the seige at Hue during the TET Offensive. She remained in
Vietnam after the fall of Saigon but she and her husband were imprisoned a year later for describing abuses of the
Communist regime. She and her husband now reside in Sweden.
1762.) NICHOLS, JOHN: ->American Blood. HC:Henry Holt & Co.: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 338 pgs., $1.99 A
v/g copy in a v/g d/j. An infantryman participates in atrocities in Vietnam, returns home deranged, violent, etc.. The
irony of story is that in the end, a former army buddy from Vietnam kills the daughter of the woman he loves.




1765.) NIK-UHERNIK, ->War Dogs. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 445 pgs., $2.5 Wraps mass market
original, spine cocked and condaved, a good reading copy only. An American special unit is involved in the coup
against Diem. Author served three years as a military police sergeant in Vietnam.

3156.) NIK-UHERNIK: ->War Dogs No. 2: M-16 Jury. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 268 pgs., $5
Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. The War Dogs go after an anti-war activist entertainer in Hanoi named June

9665.) NUNEZ, SIGRID: ->For Rouenna. HC:Farraaar, Straus and Giroux: New York, 2001. 1st Edition 230 pgs., $6
A mint copy in a mint d/j. A former nurse in Vietnam contacts a writer to tell of her life as an army nurse in Vietnam.
Suddenly this former dies tragically and the writer becomes compelled to write her friend's war.

1766.) O'BRIEN, TIM: ->Going After Cacciato. PB:Broadway Books: New York, 1999. 2nd Edition 336 pgs., $6
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. In a blend of reality and fantasy, this novel tells the story of an infantryman who walks
away from the battlefield in Vietnam. He heads toward Paris and he is pursued by other members of his platoon,
thus representing men both fleeing and meeting the demands of battle. The book won a National Book Award in
1979.
6112.) O'BRIEN, TIM: ->In the Lake of the Woods. HC:Houghton Mifflin/Seymour Lawrence: New York, 1994. 2nd
Edition 306 pgs., $7.5 PB:Penguin Books: New York, 1995. 15th Edition 303 pgs., $6 A very fine copy in a very fine
d/j. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A novel of an unsuccessful politician who has flashbacks to the Vietnam War
where he had been with Lieutenant Calley and his men at My Lai.


5000.) O'BRIEN, TIM: ->The Nuclear Age. HC:Aflfred A. Knopf: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 313 pgs., $5
Remainder mark & some speckliing on top edge, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. The chief character of this novel is
digging a hole that he hopes will one day be large enough to swallow up his almost fifty years of fear. This is
occurring in the year of 1995, a time when many Vietnam vets will be 50.
4067.) OLSON, DAVID R.: ->Few Die Well. PB:Jove Books: New York, 1991. 1st Edition 310 pgs., $5 Wraps mass
market ed., a v/g copy. A novel of a platoon of helicopter gunship pilots based on the author's own experience in
the Vietnam War. Author was gunship pilot for the First Air Cavalry Division along the western border of Vietnam.

4972.) O'NAN, STEWART: ->The Names of the Dead. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1996. 1st Edition 399 pgs.,
$5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A former Army medic leads a Vietnam veteran support group. He starts to be stalked
by a member of this group, a trained CIA assassin.

9593.) O'NEILL, SUSAN: ->Don't Mean Nothing: Short Stories of Vietnam. HC:Ballantine Books: New York, 2001. 1st
Edition 252 pgs., $7.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A collection of short stories on nurses and other medical
personnel serving in Vietnam, written by a woman who served as a nurse in Vietnam.

1769.) O'ROURKE, WILLIAM: ->The Meekness of Isaac. HC:Thomas Y. Crowell Co.: New York, 1974. 1st Edition 160
pgs., $6 Ex-library, markings inside cover & title page, top edge of cover faded, o/w a near fine d/j in a fine d/j. A
novel of two boyhood friends, one a Vietnam vet and the other a draft resister who meet in New York after the war.
There they come of age and to terms with the Vietnam War era in which they grew up.

3251.) PARKER, T. JEFFERSON: ->Little Saigon. HC:St. Martins's Press: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 354 pgs., $5
A near fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. An espionage triller set in the Asian refugee community in Orange County,

3337.) PARQUE, RICHARD: ->A Distant Thunder: A Powerful Novel of Vietnam. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1989.
1st Edition 350 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market, a v/g copy. A Marine pilot in Vietnam wants to know the reasons for the
things he does, particularly when he becomes involved in taking the body of Vietnamese rock singer back to a village
for burial. He finds the family had previously been killed from an air strike of a plane he had flown. At the same
time, his wife back home is challenging his very reasons for being in Vietnam.

6030.) PARQUE, RICHARD: ->Firefight. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1986. 1st Edition 365 pgs., $5 Wraps mass
market ed., a v/g plus copy. Montana Jones is employed by the CIA to go back to Vietnam as Saigon is falling in
order to rescue some American prisoners. In the process, he rescues his Vietnamese wife whom he thought was
dead.
1774.) PARQUE, RICHARD: ->Flight of the Phantom. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 368 pgs., $5
Wraps mass market, a v/g copy. A Marine pilot of an F-4 Phantom is shot down over North Vietnam. Previous to this,
he had befriended two homeless children and a prostitute who go to North Vietnam and rescue him, after hearing of
his plight.
1775.) PARQUE, RICHARD: ->Hell Bound. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 364 pgs., $5 Wraps mass
market orginal, a v/g plus copy. A pilot is sleeping with a mistress that is a Viet Cong agent. However, she falls in
love with him and when is is shot down and captured, she comes to his rescue.

4068.) PARQUE, RICHARD: ->Sweet Vietnam. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 300 pgs., $3 Wraps
mass market, spine cocked, a good reading copy only. A F4 Phantom pilot ace goes toe to toe with a North

21467.) PATERSON, KATHERINE: ->Park's Quest. PB:Puffin Books: New York, 1989. 148 pgs., $5 Wraps trade ed.,
a mint copy. A young boy seeks to learn about his father, a deceased Vietnam veteran. Book seeks to provide
young readers a glimpse of the Vietnam War from what might be considered the next generation, the children of
Vietnam veterans, those for whom Vietnam is a vague historical event that has changed thier lives.

6539.) PAUL, ALEXANDER: ->Suicide Wall. PB:PakDonald Publishing: Portland, OR, 1993. 314 pgs., $1.99
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This novel centers on two pre and post war friends, one a Vietnam vet and the other
who got out of the war because of bad knees. They both go to Reno for a weekend for different motives and which
relate back to their experiences in the sixties.
1776.) PELFREY, WILLIAM: ->Hamburger Hill. PB:Avon Books: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 197 pgs., $5 Wraps
mass market, a v/g copy.
This novel centers on a squad of the 101st Airborne Division in the battle for Ap Bia Mountain in 1969, known as
Hill 937 or Hamburger Hill. Based on the screenplay by Jim Carabatso.

1777.) PELFREY, WILLIAM: ->The Big V. PB:Avon Books: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 182 pgs., $5 Wraps mass
market, a v/g copy. The hero of this novel is a radio operator with the 4th Division in the Central Highlands.

5434.) PENDLETON, DON ->Mack Bolan: Skysweeper. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 184
pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. An engineer working on a special weapon is shot down and held captive

1778.) PENDLETON, DON: ->Mack Bolan: Blood and Thunder. PB:Worldwide Books: New York, 1986. 1st Edition
252 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. A former CIA agent reopens an opium pipeline in Southeast Asia to

1779.) PENDLETON, DON: ->Mack Bolan: Cambodia Clash. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1984. 1st Edition
188 pgs., $5 Wraps original, a v/g plus copy. Mack Bolan's rescues POWS in Cambodia which America knew all
along were there but 'Washington' refused to acknowledge the documented proof. Bolan circumvents diplomatic
niceties by recruiting members of the Khmer Rouge to aid in the rescue.

1780.) PENDLETON, DON: ->Mack Bolan: Dirty War. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 376 pgs.,
$5 Wraps mass market original, light soiling outside cover, o/w a v/g copy. A group of five men break all rules and
fight the Vietnam War according to their own 'moral vision.'

1781.) PENDLETON, DON: ->Mack Bolan: Return to Vietnam. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1982. 1st Edition
182 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market original, store stamp inside cover, o/w a v/g copy. Mack Bolan returns to Vietnam to
rescue a special American POW.

1783.) PENDLETON, DON: ->Mack Bolan: Tiger War. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 185 pgs.,
$5 Wraps mass market original, a v/g copy. Bolan is out to strike against international illicit-drug industry in Golden
Triangle. He runs into the 93rd Kuomintang Division of the Chinese Nationalist Army and his 'Montagnard' army
panics when confronted with taking them on.
1784.) PENDLETON, DON: ->Mack Bolan: Vietnam Fallout. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1988. 1st Edition
251 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market, a v/g copy. Mack Bolan goes after a drug ring in Saigon.

1785.) PENDLETON, DON: ->Mack Bolan: Warrior's Revenge. PB:Worldwide Library: New York, 1988. 1st Edition
252 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market original, a v/g plus copy. Old Mack Bolan seeks to find a CIA operative in Vietnam

1504.) PETERS, DANIEL: ->Border Crossings. HC:Harper & Row: New York, 1978. 1st Edition 313 pgs., $7.5 A v/g
copy in a v/g d/j. The setting for this novel is the academic year of 1969-1970 for a Yale senior. He is opposed to
the war and he draws a low draft number. The author graduated from Yale one month after Kent State, and drew #
23 in the draft lottery. He went to Canada.
1505.) PETERS, STEPHEN: ->The Park Is Mine. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1981. 1st Edition 305 pgs., $5 A
v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. A deranged Vietnam vet takes over Central Park in New York. As most always is the case
in this type of novel, the author did not serve in Vietnam.

7132.) PETERSON, MICHAEL: ->A Bitter Peace. HC:Pocket Books: New York, 1995. 1st Edition 405 pgs., $6
PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1997. 1st Edition 470 pgs., $3 Review copy with a review laid in, a mint copy in a mint
d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy. A sequel to the author's 'A Time of War,' the novel takes the reader from
the battlefields of Vietnam to Marshall's assignment to bargain with Ayatollah Khomeini in order to save the soul-
and the oil-of Iran. His adversary in this assignment is a senior CIA agent who served in Saigon.

1506.) PETERSON, MICHAEL: ->A Time of War. HC:Pocket Books: New York, 1990. BC Edition 580 pgs., $6
PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1991. 1st Edition 739 pgs., $3 A fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., a
v/g copy. In this novel, LBJ sends a 'special' Ambassador to Vietnam in order to bring back critical information that
would enable him to overrule General Westmoreland and withdraw from Vietnam. Author served as a Marine
lieutenant in Vietnam from 1967-1971.

24001.) PFARRER, DONALD: ->The Fearless Man. HC:Random House: New York, 2004. 1st Edition 545 pgs., $3.95
Review copy with review laid in, a mint copy in a mint d/j. A novel of a consummate soldier heading a mission to
find and obliterate a secret weapson cache and beside him is a chaplain who knows only doubt and disillusion.

20672.) PHUNG, VU TRONG: ->Dumb Luck. PB:University of Michigan Press: Ann Arbor, MI, 2002. 1st Edition 189
pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Novel was written by a brilliant Vietnamese writer in 1936 and it was banned
in Vietnam until 1986. It is a bitter satire of the rage for modernization in Vietnam during the late-colonial era.
Edited by Peter Zinoman.
3336.) PICK, MICHAEL ROBERT: ->Childhood, Namhood, Manhood. PB:Pizzuto, Ltd. Publishers: San Gabriel,
Ca., 1982. 1st Edition 160 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade size ed., a v/g plus copy. Poems of a Vietnam veteran who seeks to

1789.) POLLOCK, J. C.: ->Mission M.I.A.. HC:Crown Publishers: New York, 1982. 1st Edition 274 pgs., $6 PB:Dell
Publishing: New York, 1990. 315 pgs., $3 Light soiling outer edges, o/w a very fine copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a mass
market ed., mint as new. As the title denotes, this is a rescue genre Vietnam novel that became very popular during
the Reagan era.
1791.) PORTER, JOHN B.: ->If I Make My Bed In Hell. HC:Word Books: Waco, Tx., 1969. 165 pgs., $5 A v/g copy
in a v/g d/j. An account of a chaplain serving in Vietnam. The story is based upon the author's personal experiences
as a chaplain with the 173rd Airborne Brigade in Vietnam.

1812.) PROFFITT, NICHOLAS: ->Gardens of Stone. HC:Carroll & Graf Publishers: New York, 1983. 1st Edition 373
pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. A novel of an honor guard unit at Arlington National Cemetery with one of
their task being the burying of the Vietnam war dead as the bodies come home. A member of the group goes to
OCS, volunteers for Nam, and is later buried at Arlington by his former buddies.

1813.) PROFFITT, NICHOLAS: ->The Embassy House. HC:Bantam Books: New York, 1986. 1st Edition 399 pgs.,
$1.99 A fine copy in a v/g d/j. A CIA agent, an old Asian hand, takes on an assignment with the Phoenix

1814.) PURDY, JAMES: ->In a Shallow Grave. HC:Arbor House: New York, 1975. 1st Edition 140 pgs., $5 Ex-
library, a good plus copy in a v/g d/j. A disfigured Vietnam veteran returns to his farm on the the Virginai coast and
34114.) QUINTANA, LEROY V.: ->Interrogations. Owner's name on title page, o//w a v/g plus copy.m A collection
of poems by a Vietnam veteran that reflect his Vietnam experiences.

8423.) QUINTANA, LEROY V.: ->The Great Whirl of Exile: Poems by Leroy V. Quintana. PB:Curbstone Press:
Willimantic, CT, 1999. 1st Edition 59 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A book of poetry written by a Chicano
who served in Vietnam. Four poems relate to his Vietnam experience.

8244.) RABE, DAVID: ->The Vietnam Plays, Volume One: Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel and Sticks and Bones..
PB:Grove Press: New York, 1993. 1st Edition 177 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. This volume contains
two plays by Rabe, 'The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel' and 'Sticks and Bones,' both written in 1969. The first of
these plays was produced in 1971 and 'Sticks and Bones' was first produced in 1969 at Villanova University. 'Pavlo
Hummel' was the recipient of four major awards and 'Stick and Stones' was the winner of a Broadway Tony. Though
both plays could be regarded as anti-war, Rabe did not seek to engage in audience baiting , 'protest plays' devoted
to fostering a political agenda. Rabe was a Vietnam veteran.

6029.) RABE, DAVID: ->The Vietnam Plays, Volume Two: Streamsers and Orphan PB:Grove Press: New York,
1993. 1st Edition 197 pgs., $12.95 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. This edition contains two plays by Rabe, 'Streamers'
and 'The Orphan.' The first of these two plays was written in 1970 and first produced in 1976. The play 'The
Orphan' was written in 1970 under the title 'Nor the Bones of Birds' and first produced in 1973. There is an afterword
written by Rabe in 1992 in which he reflects on all four plays that he wrote relating to the Vietnam War. Rabe was a
Vietnam veteran.
1818.) RAINES, JEFF: ->The Big Island. HC:William Morrow Co.: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 239 pgs., $6 A fine
copy in a v/g plus d/j. The main character is this novel is a cop in Hawaii who is an ex-Marine that served in
Vietnam. The action of the novel brings back memories of Nam for him.

28908.) REDNER, MORTON: ->Getting Out. PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1972. 1ST Edition 159 pgs., $5 Wraps
mass market ed., wear and cover creased, a good plus copy. An effort by a white middle youth having it made with a
super chick to avoid the draft after getting a draft notice.

1822.) REEVES, JAMES R. and JAMES C. TAYLOR:->Covert Actions. PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 1988. 1st
Edition 376 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market, a v/g copy. This is a fictionalized account of SEAL operations based on the

1823.) REEVES, JAMES R.: ->Mekong! PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 309 pgs., $5 Wraps mass
market original, a v/g copy. An action novel of SEALS operating in the Mekong Delta. In writing this novel, the
author drew upon the experiences of James C. Taylor, a former SEAL who served in Vietnam.

1825.) RIBMAN, RONALD: ->The Final War of Olly Winter. HC:CBS Television Network: New York, 1967. 91 pgs.,
$7.5 Outisde cover is faded, o/w a v/g copy. A CBS television drama that aired in 1967. The book contains the
script and photos from the produciton. The play is about a black Army master sergeant who is the sole survivor of a
Vietnamese patrol to which he had been assigned as an advisor. While he is being pursued, there are flashbacks to
his youth in the United States which serves to give him an empathy for the Vietnamese villagers. The setting of this
play is in the year of 1963.
3434.) RICH, CURT: ->The Advisors. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 460 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market
ed., a v/g copy. This novel depicts the role of an American advisor assigned to a unit of South Vietnamese troops.
Newman states this is not only a 'realistic and moving account of infanry combat, but it also a detailed picture of
South Vietnamese units at war in 1969 and 1970.'
1826.) RIGGAN, BOB: ->Free Fire Zone. HC:W. W. Norton & Co.: New York, 1984. 2nd Edition 426 pgs., $1.99 A
v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A novel with the setting of a medical casualty company in Vietnam where the wounded are first
cared for before moving on to other medical facilities. The book portrays a conflict between a medic of strong
principles with an ambitious NCO. Author served as a medic in Vietnam during the late sixties.


2836.) RIVERA, OSWALD: ->Fire and Rain. HC:Four Walls Eight Windows: New York, 1990. 1st Edition 185 pgs.,
$1.99 A fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. A Marine is held at the 'brig' in Da Nang for stabbing his company commander
as he laid in his bunk. It is based on events surrounding the racial riots in 1968 at the Da Nang brig. Author is a
Puerto Rican who served as a Marine in Vietnam and he was awarded the Purple Heart.

2882.) ROADARMEL, PAUL: ->Beach House 7. HC:St. Martin;s Press: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 294 pgs., $6 A
v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. This novel has a Bangkok setting after the Vietnam War involving a bush pilot , a black
marketeer, and a relief worker working with refugees from Vietnam. The book reflects all the intrigue and violence
that continued in Southeast Asia after the war.
1829.) ROBERTS, SUZANNE: ->Vietnam Nurse. PB:Ace Books: New York, 1966. 1st Edition 142 pgs., $5 Wraps
mass market, foxing outer edges of pages, o/w a v/g copy. An Army nurse working in Vietnam is torn between the

7803.) ROBERTSSEN, LOWELL: ->Remembering the Women of the Vietnam War. PB:Tessera Publishing, Inc.:
Eden Prairie, MN, 1990. 1st Edition 197 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A collection of poetry that remembers
the women of Vietnam, from bar girls to the wives of POWs. Author was a veteran of the TET Offensive, then
returned to Vietnam in 1972 as a volunteer to work with war orphans.

8116.) RODRIQUE, DANIEL R.: ->Heading Home. PB:Minuteman Publishing House: Lewistown, NY, 1992. 252
pgs., $6 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. A Vietnam veteran returns home after the war and starts another war

1832.) ROONEY, FRANK: ->Shadow of God. HC:Harcourt Brace & World: New York, 1967. 1st Edition 338 pgs., $5
Spine cocked, o/w a v/g copy. Five United States Catholic nuns are caught up in the midst of an undeclared war on
a Far East peninsula that involves the U.S. Army.

1833.) ROSS, MARION W.: ->Bibliography of Vietnamese Literature in the Watson Collection At Cornell University.
PB:Southeast Asia Program, Cornell Univ.: Ithaca, NY, 1973. 178 pgs., $7.5 Wraps monograph, a nubt copy. This
bibliography contains 2,852 entries.


8782.) ROSTKOWSKI, MARGARET: ->The Best of Friends. HC:Harper & Row: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 183 pgs.,
$6 A fine copy in a fine d/j. A novel of a brother and sister whose father dominates the life of the boy. She
becomes involved in the anti-war movement much to the consternation of her father. The turmoil of the sixties in
well reflected in this story.
1837.) ROTTMANN, LARRY, JAN BARRY and BASIL T. PAQUET:->Winning Hearts & Minds: War Poems by
Vietnam Veterans. PB:1st Casuality Press: Brooklyn, NY, 1972. 2nd Edition 116 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g
plus copy. This collection has 109 poems written by 33 poets that are arranged to reflect a tour of the war. The
book was first privately published by Vietnam Veterans Against the War under the name of 1st Casualty Press but it
was quickly picked up in the same year by McGraw-Hill, a major publisher at the time.


1838.) ROWE, JAMES N.: ->Judas Squad. PB:Berkeley Books: New York, 1979. 276 pgs., $3 A v/g copy in a v/g
d/j. A crack team of renegade U.S. ex-soldiers seize a nuclear power plant, demanding a ransom and safe passage.
Author wrote 'Five Years to Freedom,' an account of of his escape as a POW. In 1989, he was assassinated in the
Philipines.
1839.) ROWE, JOHN: ->Count Your Dead. HC:Angus & Robertson: Syndey, Australia, 1968. 233 pgs., $10 A v/g
copy in a v/g d/j. This novel focuses on the conflict between two officers, a colonel and a major, over the way a
pacification program being carried out in Duc Binh province. Written by an Australian military man critical of the
American handling of the war.
7051.) SANDBERG, BERENT: ->Brass Diamonds. PB:Signet Books: New York, 1981. 1st Edition 240 pgs., $5 Wraps
mass market ed., a v/g copy. An ex-combat pilot is called on to go into Cambodia after the Khmer Rouge takeover
to reclaim a long-hidden fortune in diamontds.

1858.) SCHAEFFER, SUSAN FROMBERG: ->Buffalo Afternoon. HC:Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.: New York, 1989. 1st
Edition 535 pgs., $2.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A boy from Brooklyn whose grandfather was an Italian immigrant
escapes from delinquency charges by joining the Army and goes to Vietnam. After he comes home, he has to deal
with what the war did to him as a person.
28951.) SCHLOSSER, ROBERT: ->The Hunidity Readings. Signed by athutor, booklet size collection of poetry, a
fine copy. Author served in Thailand as a military polieman during 1969-1970 at an air base. He became most
sensitive to the bombing operations being initated there and what they were doing to the people in North Vietnam.

4046.) SCHROEDER, ERIC JAMES: ->Vietnam, We've All Been There: Interviews With American Writers. HC:Praeger
Publishers: Westport, CT, 1992. 1st Edition 219 pgs., $7.5 A fine copy in a fine d/j. The writers interviewed
include John Sack, Michael Herr, Wallace Terry, C.D.B. Bryan, Norman Mailer, Robert Stone, Tim O'Brien, Larry
Heinemann, Bobbie Ann Mason, Bruce Weigl, and David Rabe.

3121.) SCOTT, LEONARD B.: ->The Expendables. PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 1991. 1st Edition 439 pgs., $6
Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. The setting of this novel is the battle of Ia Drang Valley in 1965. Author served in
Vietnam with the 173rd Airborne and 75th Rangers.

4529.) SCOTT, LEONARD B.: ->The Last Run. PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 1990. 1st Edition 360 pgs., $5
Wraps mass market, a v/g copy. This is a novel about the men of Sierra Company, 75th Airborne Rangers. Author

32107.) SEARLE, ED. WILLIAM J.: ->Search and Clear: Critical Responses to Selected Literature and Films of the
Vietnam War. Initial on enpaper, o/w a mint copy in a mint d/j. A collection of 16 essays dealing with American
literature, History and culture. Writers include Tim O'Obrien, Philip Caputo, Michael Herr, and Bruce Weigl.

1862.) SHAPLEN, ROBERT: ->A Corner of the World. HC:Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.: New York, 1949. 2nd Edition 246
pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Collection of short stories with Asian settings, one being Saigon which protray all
the forces at work during the post World War II period.

1867.) SHERMAN, DAVID: ->There Was I: The War of Corporal Henry J. Morris, USMC. PB:Ivy Books: New York,
1989. 1st Edition 289 pgs., $6 Wraps, a mass market ed., a market ed., a v/g copy. The setting of this novel is of a
combat Marine telling his son about war in Nam over a cold beer. Author served as a Marine in Vietnam in 1966 as
part of a CAP unit on Ky Hoa Island.
1868.) SHRAKE, BUD: ->Night Never Falls. HC:Random House: New York, 1987. 263 pgs., $1.99 Remainder mark
top edge, o/w a v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. An American journalist based in London flies off to Vietnam during the
battle of Dien Bien Phu as it is the only war in town.

28955.) SIEMBIEDA, KEVIN: ->The Revised Recon. PB:Palladium Books: Detroit, MI., 1987. 2ND Edition 150
pgs., $9.95 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A role-playing game of contemporary military jungle combat, adventure and
espionage. Title page has a map of the Indo-China theater..

1793.) SILVER, JOAN and LINDA GOTLIEB:->Limbo. HC:Viking Press: New York, 1972. 1st Edition 181 pgs., $1.99
Ex-library with bookplate on inside cover being only library mark, o/w a plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. A novel about
POW/MIA wives and their ordeals with the anti-war movement, the sexual revolution and other issues of the 60's.

4989.) SIMPSON, HOWARD R.: ->Assignment For a Mercenary. HC:Harper & Row: New York, 1965. 1st Edition 245
pgs., $7.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. A CIA agent under the cover of an anthropologist is to headed toward Ikiri, a
place in Southeast Asia and the Brits want to keep an eye on him.

4410.) SINGER, MICHAEL: ->The Making of Oliver's Stone's Heaven and Earth. PB:Charles E. Tuttle Co.: Rutland,
VT, 1993. 1st Edition 153 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a near mint copy. Book outlines the story and contains photos
from the movie. There is an introduction by Oliver Stone with additional commentary by Le Ly Hayslip and Hiep Thi
Le.
1796.) SINOR, PAUL: ->Operation Brighteyes. PB:Lynx Books: New York, 1987. 2nd Edition 210 pgs., $5 Wraps
trade ed., a v/g plus copy. A Vietnamese flees to America as he has information on American POWs. He then




1798.) SLOAN, JAMES PARK: ->War Games. PB:Avon books: New York, 1973. 2nd Edition 190 pgs., $4 Wraps
mass market, a good plus copy. A young man leaves college to enlist in the army and goest to Vietnam. Author was
Harvard graduate who served as a paratrooper in Vietnam. This was his first novel and won the New Writers Award
for the best novel of the year, an award which Newman would no doubt challenge.

7130.) SMITH, RICHARD R.: ->Reflexes and Reflections: Vietnam. PB:Privately printed.: n.p., 1985. 1st Edition 50
pgs., $12 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A collage of of words and pictures put together in a disjointed manner which
the author describes as Vietnam vomit written for the Vietnam veteran.

1801.) SMITH, STEVEN PHILIP: ->American Boys. PB:Avon Books: New York, 1984. 4th Edition 435 pgs., $5
Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Four young Army recruits go to Vietnam from Germany and the author seeks to
show how American boys from diverse backgrounds representing a microcosm of America at the time are mutilated
by psychic and physical wounds. Author served with the 1st Cavalry in Vietnam in 1966.


3070.) STEEL, DANIELLE: ->Message From Nam. HC:Delacorte Press: New York, 1990. 1st Edition 389 pgs., $5 A
fine copy in a fine d/j. A novel of a beautiful female reporter who covers the Vietnam War from 1968 till the end.
She finds plenty of opportunities for romance as is the case in all of her novels, in the midst of a war. Book is a
period piece in that it represents a temporary interest in the Vietnam War on the part of the dull American middle
class by a writer who caters to this element of our society.
21923.) STEWART, Eds. FRANT, KEVIN BOWEN, and NGUYEN BA CHUNG:->Two Rivers: New Vietnamese Writing
>From America and Viet Nam. PB:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 2002. 186 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a
mint copy. This is a collection of 32 works of essays, fiction and poetry from Manoa, a literary publication of the
Univeristy of Hawaii English Department.
9430.) STONE, OLIVER: ->A Child's Night Dream. HC:St. Martin's Press: New York, 1997. 1st Edition 236 pgs., $5
A near fine copy. A novel drawn upon Stone's experiences in Vietnam and his journeys after the war in dealing with

1871.) STONE, ROBERT: ->Dog Soldiers. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A novel on drug smuggling with Southeast
Asia and California as settings. A National Book Award winner and it was made into a movie titled 'Who'll Stop the

1872.) STONE, SCOTT C. S.: ->The Coasts of War. PB:Pyramid Books: New York, 1966. 1st Edition 157 pgs., $5
Waps mass market original, moderate soiling outside cover, light foxing tips of inside pages, o/w a v/g copy. A novel
of a naval officer advising a Vietnamese patrol force in the Mekong Delta. The cover blurb states this is the first full
length novel of Americans in action against the Viet Cong which is not quite true, though indeed it is early as it was
published in January of 1966.
1873.) STONE, SCOTT C.S.: ->Song of the Wolf. HC:Arbor House: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 377 pgs., $5 A v/g
plus copy. A novel of a mercenary who does mercenary work throughout Southeast Asia, He becomes associated
with the U.S. Army working with riverine forces in the Mekong Delta.. He sees that the war is being lost and he is
killed while evacuating refugees and his girlfriend from Cambodia.

1877.) STRAUB, PETER: ->Koko. HC:E.P. Dutton & Co.: New York, 1988. BC Edition 562 pgs., $5 A v/g copy in a
v/g d/j. Four Vietnam veterans of the same platoon meet at the unveiling of the Vietnam Memorial. The men
realize that a series of grisly murders are being committed throughout Asia with the killer leaving a regimental
playing card with Koko scrawled on it. They surmise that a member of their platoon must be the man responsible
and he is a friend of each of them.
9800.) SUN, RUTH Q.: ->Land of Seagull and Fox: Folk Tales of Vietnam. HC:Charles E. Tuttle Co.: Rutland, VT,
1967. 1st Edition 135 pgs., $7.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. This is a first American edition. The tales have
been collected and retold by Sun. It is illustrated by Ho Thanh Duc.

1881.) TATE, DONALD: ->Bravo Burning. HC:Charles Scribner's Sons: New York, 1986. 1st Edition 214 pgs., $5 A
fine copy in a fine d/j. An infantry battalion in taking a hill in the Central Highlands suffers a 60% casualty rate while
the commander views the fight from a chopper. Author served 7 years in Vietnam as a reporter and won the Ernie
Pyle Memorial Award for his reporting.
1882.) TAUBER, PETER: ->The Last Best Hope. HC:Harcourt Brace Jovanovich: New York, 1977. BC Edition 628
pgs., $5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. A novel that attempts to provide a grand sweep of the turbulence of the sixties
through a combination of war, love and political story with scenes in Vietnam, Berkeley and the White House.

3249.) TAYLOR, BARRY: ->Shadow Tiger. PB:Warner Books: New York, 1990. 1st Edition 226 pgs., $5 Wraps mass
market, spine slightly cocked, o/w a v/g copy. The setting of this novel is 1963 in Saigon and a North Vietnamese
assassin code named 'Tiger' is engaged in high profile assassinations, including the American ambassador. The
CIA's solution is to recruit a former OSS man who had deep roots in Southeast Asia to find the assassin. His
qualification for the job is that he once had been a best friend of this assassin.


1883.) TAYLOR, LAURA: ->Honorbound. HC:Franklin Watts: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 371 pgs., $6 A v/g copy
in a v/g d/j. A A Marine aviator is captured by the North Vietnamese and his wife must deal with issues on the

6339.) TAYLOR, ROBERT: ->The Innocent. PB:Fithian Press: Santa Barbara, CA, 1997. 252 pgs., $9.95 Wraps
trade ed., a mint copy. A gay army intelligence officer in Vietnam must keep his identity hidden and he becomes
involved with a Vietnamese busboy who may be a Viet Cong agent.

1884.) TAYLOR, THOMAS: ->A Piece of This Country. HC:W. W. Norton & Co.: New York, 1970. 1st Edition 192
pgs., $5 Ex-library, spine cocked, a good plus copy. D/J in ca celophane cover taped to book cover, o/w a v/g d/j. A
black NCO extends his tour in order to replace a senior officer of a Vietnamese garrison on the Laotain border. The
last 2 officers were killed at this post. Author commanded a company of paratroopers in Vietnam during 1965 and
1966.
5373.) TEED JACK ->Gunships No. 1: The Killing Zone. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1981. 254 pgs., $5 Wraps
mass market ed., a v/g copy. There is a plot to kill a Special Forces colonel by a corrupt American officer.



1886.) TEED, JACK HAMILTON: ->Gunships No. 2: Fire Force. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 253
pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. A Special Forces colonel is sent on a mission to seek out a unit of
deserters who are fighting Charlie and the Americans.

4987.) TEED, JACK HAMILTON: ->Gunships No. 4: Sky Fire. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1986. 1st Edition 251
pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. A Special Forces team of misfits unleash a daring strike against a
secret compound north of the DMZ.

6056.) TEED, JACK: ->Gunships No. 3: Cobra Kill. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 252 pgs., $5
Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Colonel Hardin and his crew of misfits are called upon to investigate the

5662.) TERADA, ALICE M.: ->Under the Starfruit Tree: Folktales From Vietnam. PB:University of Hawaii Press:
Honolulu, HI, 1993. 1st Edition 136 pgs., $5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The tales selected for this collection are
divided into four categories--foibles of man and quirks of animals, tales from the lowlands and highlands, the spirit
world, and food, love and laughter.
8844.) TERMAN, DOUGLAS: ->Enemy Territory. HC:Bantam Books: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 402 pgs., $5 A
v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. An Air Force pilot is captured and after being tortured, he confesses to war crimes against
the Vietnamese people. This is filmed and he is branded a traitor by the Air Force.

1888.) THACKER, JADA: ->Finally, the Pawn. PB:Avon Books: New York, 1986. 1st Edition 298 pgs., $5 Wraps
mass market original, a v/g copy. A grunt with 3 days left of his tour with 3rd Platoon, Alpha Company finds that a
new true believer type CO takes over his unit and and decides to take Charlie Ridge, a dangerous but meaningless
exercise.
6338.) THAYER, JAMES: ->White Star. PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1995. 1st Edition 338 pgs., $5 Wraps mass
market ed., a v/g copy. A former Vietnam veteran that had served as a sniper in Vietnam is faced with the task of
dealing with a sniper in New York City where he is an assistant district attorney.

1940.) THIEN, NGUYEN CHI: ->Flowers From Hell. PB:Yale Center International & Area Studies: New Haven, Ct.,
1984. 2nd Edition 148 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., mint as purchased new. This is a bilingual edition of poems by
Nguyen Chi Thien, a dissident of the communist regime in North Vietnam. He was first jailed by Hanoi in 1958 for
his poetry and this collection consists of his works from 1957 through 1976.


6081.) THIEU, NGUYEN QUANG: ->The Women Carry River Water. PB:University of Massachusetts Press: Amherst,
Mass, 1997. 125 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A collection of poems written by what many would regard
as the northern Vietnamese poet to have emerged since the Vietnam War. He was born in 1957 and was editor-in-
chief of the literary magazine Van Nghe Tre at the time this book was published.

7149.) THONG, Editor & Translator HUYNH SANH: ->An Anthology of Vietnamese Poems from the Eleventh
Through the Twentieth Centuries. HC:Yale University Press: New Haven, CT, 1996. 1st Edition 429 pgs., $15 A
mint copy in a mint d/j. This anthology contains more than 300 poems by 150 Vietnamese poets. The author
provides a historical and critical introduction ot Vietnamese poetry.

1891.) THORPE, STEPHEN J.: ->Walking Wounded. PB:Bantam Books: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 294 pgs., $5
Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Two Vietnam veterans retreat from the human race to the South Dakota
badlands, then one journeys back to California to meet his orphaned 4 year old nephew.

1892.) TIEDE, TOM: ->Coward. PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1968. 1st Edition 335 pgs., $4 Wraps a mass market
ed., cover creased, a good plus reading copy. A private in the army engages in a hunger strike to protest the war but
he is actually afraid. After his court-marital, he is sent to Vietnam.

1895.) TODD, FOREST EARL: ->The Pawns. PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 277 pgs., $5 Wraps
mass market original, a v/g copy. A novel that depicts how the Green Berets were hamstrung by MACV during the
Vietnam War. The author served as a Green Beret in Vietnam from 1964-1971.

8926.) TOPLIN, Ed. ROBERT BRENT: ->Oliver Stone's USA: Film, History, and Controversy. HC:University Press of
Kansas: Lawrence, KS, 2000. 1st Edition 335 pgs., $19.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. This book contains a series of
essays about Stone's work by Stephen Ambrose, David Halberstam, Walter LaFeber, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., George
McGovern, Robert Rosenstone, Le Ly Hayslip, David Courtwright, Jack Davis, James Farr, Martin Fridson, Michael
Kurtz, Randy Roberts, Robert Toplin, and David Welky. There is also a response to these criticism by Stone.

8366.) TRAN, NGOC-DUNG: ->To Swim in Our Own Pond: A Book of Vietnamese Proverbs. HC:Shen's Books:
Arcadia, CA, 1998. 1st Edition 32 pgs., $12 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A children's book with each proverb

9215.) TRIGG, LOUISA HAGNER:: ->The Real Dragon. HC:Fithian Press: Santa Barbara, CA, 2001. 511 pgs., $10
A mint copy in a mint d/j. A novel set in the early years of the American involvement in Vietnam that protrays the
political and social upheavals of that time in Vietnam's history and features several American characters.

33674.) TRUDEAU, G. B.: ->I Have No Son: More Selected Cartoons from But This War Had Such Promise. Wraps
mass market ed., a v/g copy.

33673.) TRUDEAU, G. G.: ->Bravo For Life's Little Ironies: Selected Cartoons from But This War Had Such Promise.
Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy.

1900.) TRUSCOTT, IV LUCIAN K.: ->Army Blue. HC:Crown Publishers: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 436 pgs., $5 A
a v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. An Army lieutenant is charged with cowardice and desertion in Vietnam over an
incident involving the shooting down of a plane carrying drugs. The lieutenant comes from a family with a strong
military tradition and draws upon this in order to try and beat his court-martial. Author is a third generation West
Pointer who refused to go to Vietnam and resigned rather than withdraw an article on drug use in the army.


1901.) TULLY, ANDREW: ->The Time of the Hawk. HC:William Morrow & Co.: New York, 1967. 1st Edition 335 pgs.,
$2.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A novel involving a high level political intrigue in Vietnam after a cease fire with
American troops still in Vietnam. Apparently, the author did not not nvision a Kissinger type of Vietnam settlement
in 1967.
3464.) VAN DEVANTER, Eds. LYNDA and JOAN A. FUREY:->Visions of War, Dreams of Peace: Writings of Women in
the Vietnam War. PB:Warner Books: New York, 1991. 1st Edition 214 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. A
book of poetry written by women, many of whom served as nurses in Vietnam. There are as well poems written by
Vietnamese women.
24558.) VAUGHAN, ROBERT: ->Brandywine's War: Back In Country. HC:Skyward Publishing: Kennett, MO, 2005.
258 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a mint d/j. This is a sequel to the aouthr's bestselling Brandywine's War. He is a

3433.) VAUGHAN, ROBERT: ->The Quick and the Dead. PB:Dell Publishing Co.: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 316
pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. A panoramic novel of the Vietnam War dealing with many issues and
typical characters of the war on both sides. It ends with the main character testifying before Congress in 1973 asking
the question: 'How do we know who the bad guys are?'

1906.) VAUGHAN, ROBERT: ->The Valkyrie Mandate. HC:Simon and Schuster: New York, 1974. 1st Edition 287
pgs., $6 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. This is a novel with the setting of the
Diem's coup with the main character being an American involved in plotting in the overthrow with various
Vietnamese factions.
5202.) VETTER, Jr. LAWRENCE C.: ->Blood On the Lotus. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1990. 1st Edition 263 pgs., $4
Wraps mass market ed., wear bottom of spine, o/w a v/g copy. This is a novel of an encounter between a Marine and
a female Vietcong which turns into a romance. Written by a Marine captain who served in Vietnam.

5607.) VIDA, NINA: ->Goodbye, Saigon. HC:Crown Publishers: New York, 1994. 1st Edition 281 pgs., $5 A mint
copy in a mint d/j. A female Vietnamese refugee sets up a bogus law practice in Little Saigon.

30186.) WALKER, MARK: ->Vietnam Veteran Films. A mint copy. This book traces the change of the American
narrative film image of the Vietnam veteran over time, from its first appearance in the mid-1960s to the time the

9824.) WATSON, JAMES and MARK ROBERTS: ->Seals Top Secret No. 3: Operation: Search and Destroy.
PB:Avon Books: New York, 1999. 1st Edition 316 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. The SEALS mission is
to find an NVA supply dumps and take them out.

6447.) WATSON, JAMES: ->SEALS Top Secret No. 1: Operation: Artful Dodger. PB:Avon Books: New York, 1998.
1st Edition 311 pgs., $6 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. The SEALS are called upon to defuse a North
Vietnamese plot to use nuclear weapons in Vietnam.

1912.) WEBB, JAMES: ->Fields of Fire. PB:Naval Institute Press: Annapolis, MD, 2000. 7th Edition 344 pgs., $7.5
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This novel portrays the experiences of a Marine platoon in Vietnam during 1968.
Author served with the Marines in Vietnam and he was wounded in action. Later, he became Secretary of the Navy,
then later elected senator from the Commonwelath of Virginia..


3311.) WEBER, JOE: ->Rules of Engagement. HC:Presidio Press: Novato, CA, 1991. 1st Edition 399 pgs., $6
PB:Jove Books: New York, 1992. 1st Edition 370 pgs., $3 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Price of d/j is clipped.
Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. A maverick Marine fighter pilot breaks the rules of engagement. Author was a
Marine pilot in Vietnam.
4240.) WEBER, JOE: ->Targets of Opportunity. PB:Jove Books: New York, 1994. 1st Edition 335 pgs., $5 Wraps
mass market ed., a v/g copy. A Marine pilot is recruited by the CIA and flies a MIG jet behind enemy lines, disguised

8093.) WEIGL, BRUCE: ->Archeology of the Circle. PB:Grove Press: New York, 1999. 1st Edition 222 pgs., $7.5
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This title contains selections from Weigl's eight volumes of poetry over two decades
as well as some of his more recent works.

6461.) WEIGL, BRUCE: ->Song of Napalm. HC:Atlantic Monthly Press: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 70 pgs., $15
PB:Atlantic Monthly Press: New York, 1998. 70 pgs., $7.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps trade ed., a very fine
copy. A collection of 33 poems written by highly acclaimed poet Bruce Weigl that reflects his Vietnam experience
and the realities of war.
7888.) WELTNER, PETER: ->How the Body Prays. HC:Graywolf Press: New York, 1999. 1st Edition 245 pgs., $6 A
mint copy in a mint d/j. A multi-generational novel with two sons of a World War II veteran serving in Vietnam, one
being killed. After a rough homecoming, the surviving gay brother comes to terms with his dead brother's
Vietnamese girlfriend and Amerasian son.
1915.) WENTZ, GENE and B. ABELL JURUS:->Men In Green Faces. PB:St Martin's Press: New York, 1993. 2nd
Edition 288 pgs., $5 Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. A SEAL Team seeks out an NVA colonel who is on a
killing spree. Wentz served as a SEAL in Vienam.

1918.) WEST, MORRIS L.: ->The Ambassador. HC:William Morrow & Co.: New York, 1965. 2nd Edition 275 pgs.,
$2.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. D/J has chipping. An American ambassador has to deal with issues related to the
overthrow of a Vietnamese premier on the part of a cabal of Vietnamese generals.

1919.) WHITE, Jr. KENT: ->Prairie Fire. PB:Daring Books: Canton, OH., 1983. 182 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g
copy. Another copy, $3.00, a wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. This novel's setting is the sending of U.S. Army
Green Beret Teams into Laos. The author served in Special Forces and he was a participant of SOG missions into
Laos.
20747.) WILLARD, TOM: ->The Stone Ponies: the Black Sabre Chronicles. HC:Tom Doherty Associates: New York,
2000. 1st Edition 316 pgs., $7.5 A fine copy in a fine d/j. The book tells the of the experiences of a young black
paratrooper sent to Vietnam in 1965 with the celebrated 101st Airborne Division. Book is part of the Black Sabre
Chronicles, telling the story of the Sharps family of military men and women. Author is a Vietnam veteran.


19972.) WILLDORF, BARRY S.: ->Bring the War Home! PB:A Gauche Press: San Francisco, CA, 2001. 275 pgs.,
$7.5 Wraps trade ed., signed by author, a mint copy. A novel of the G.I.s involed in the anti-war movement. Author
was a trail lawyer who worked for a civl rights organziatoin defending Marines at Camp Pendleton who opposed the
Vietnam War.
1925.) WILLIAMS, BILL: ->The Wasters. PB:Macfadden-Bartell Corporation: New York, 1971. 1st Edition 192 pgs.,
$12 Wraps mass market original, a v/g copy. A novel that is based on the My Lai massacre.

1926.) WILLIAMS, JOHN A.: ->Captain Blackman. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1972. 1st Edition 336 pgs., $10
PB:Thunder's Mouth Press: New York, 1988. REP. Edition 311 pgs., $6 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Price clipped on dust
jacket. Wraps, a trade size ed., a v/g plus copy. A black captain in Vietnam is seriously wounded and as he drifts in
and out of a coma, he has hallucinations about the role of the black soldier in history.

1928.) WILLSON, DAVID: ->REMF Diary. PB:Black Heron Press: Seattle, WA, 1988. 313 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade
ed., a fine copy. This novel is a diary of an army clerk engaged in rear echelon service in Vietnam. It has a real wit
and since five men served in noncombat roles for every man who actually fought the war, this novel reflects the
experiences of most of those who served in Vietnam. For those who were not part of the war experience, REMF
stands for Rear Echelon Mother Fuckers.

20636.) WILLSON, Managing Editors DAVID A. and BRUCE O. SOLHEIM:->Viet Nam War Generation Journal,
Volume 2, Number 1, August 2002. PB:Viet Nam War Generation Journal: Maple Valley, WA, 2002. 133 pgs.,
$15 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Contains selected fiction pieces, poetry, essays, and book reviews.

9672.) WILLSON, Managing Editors DAVID A. and BRUCE O. SOLHEIM:->Viet Nam War Generation Journal,
Volume One, Number Three. PB:Viet Nam War Generation Press: Maple Valley, WA, 2001. 114 pgs., $15 Wraps
trade ed., a mint copy. Contains selected fiction pieces, poetry, essays and book reviews.

9647.) WILLSON, Managing Editors DAVID A. and BRUCE O. SOLHEIM:->Viet Nam War Generation Journal,
Volume One, Number Two. PB:Viet War Generation Press: Maple Valley, WA, 2001. 118 pgs., $15 Wraps trade
ed., a mint copy. Contians selected fiction pieces, poetry, essays, and book reviews.

31575.) WILLSON, Managing Editors. DAVID A. and BRUCE O. SOLHEIM: ->Viet Nam War Generation Journal,
Volume I, Number 2, August 2001. Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. Contains selected fiction, poetry, essays and

6242.) WILSON, LANFORD: ->5th of July. HC:Hill and Wang: New York, 1978. BC Edition 118 pgs., $10 A v/g plus
copy in a v/g plus d/j. This play deals with a group of friends who came of age in the sixties and separated as the
decade drew to a close. They have a reunion in an old farmhouse in Missouri and reminisce on lost dreams, buried
resentments, and the unhealed trauma of the Vietnam War.

25138.) WILSON, WILLIAM: ->The LBJ Brigade. PB:Pyramid Books: New YOrk, 1966. 1st Edition 141 pgs., $7.5
Wraps a mass market ed., foxing outer page edges, o/w a v/g copy.

1929.) WILSON, WILLIAM: ->The LBJ Brigade. HC:Apocalypse Corp.: Los Angeles, CA, 1966. 1st Edition 124 pgs.,
$39.5 Light staining inside backcover and back enpaper, o/w a v/g copy. To my knowledge, this is the first Vietnam
anti-war novel published and it tells of an infantryman's experience in Vietnam who is captuted by the enemy.

1931.) WINN, DAVID: ->Gangland. HC:Alfred a. Knopf: New York, 1982. 1st Edition 226 pgs., $12 Initials of
previous owner on enpaer, remainder mark top edge, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A Vietnam veteran seeks to come
to terms with college after the war. Written by an organizer in the anti-war movement.

1935.) WOLFE, MICHAEL: ->The Chinese Fire Drill. PB:Lorevan Publishing, Inc.: New York, 1988. 2ND Edition
243 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. A suspense novel with a setting is Saigon after the American
withdrawal of troops but before the communist takeover.

1936.) WOLFE, MICHAEL: ->The Two-Star Pigeon. HC:Harper & Row: New York, 1975. 1st Edition 244 pgs., $1.99
A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. This novel centers on a coup plot hatched by an Army general and Vietnamese politicians
and military leaders as they seek to establish a traditional monarchy by placing a child emperor on the throne.

8825.) WOLITZER, MEG: ->Caribou. HC:Greenwillow Books: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 167 pgs., $10 A v/g plus
copy in a v/g plus d/j. A teenage girl's older brother flees to Canada to avoid being drafted. This creates tensions
within the family and the girl has problems in school because of the turmoil.

4391.) WOLKOFF, JUDIE: ->Where the Elf King Sings. HC:Bradbury Press: Scarsdale, NY, 1980. 1st Edition 178
pgs., $10 A 'Not For Sale' stamp on top & bottom edge, o/w a v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. A young girl has to
deal with her family in the denial of her father's emotional problems stemming from his Vietnam experience.

1939.) WOODS, WILLIAM CRAWFORD: ->The Killing Zone. HC:Harpers Magazine Press: New York, 1970. 1st
Edition 179 pgs., $7.5 PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1970. 1st Edition 159 pgs., $3.5 Ex-library, markings bottom
edge, enpaper & title page, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. The novel describes
computerized warfare with the setting of a training base during the Vietnam war where a young lieutenant, a
computer expert, and a 30 year veteran interact from their different perspectives of war.
1803.) WRIGHT, STEPHEN: ->Meditations In Green. HC:Charles Scribner's Sons: New York, 1983. 3rd Edition 342
pgs., $10 PB:Bantam Books: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 322 pgs., $5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a mass market
ed., a v/g copy. This novel profiles members of a Military Intelligence Group in Vietnam in order to portray what the
war did to people and then focuses on their adjustment after the war. Author served in Army intelligence in
Vietnam after being drafted in 1969. Book was winner of the Maxwell Perkins Prize.

1944.) ZUMBRO, RALPH and JAMES WALKER:->Jungletracks. PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 251
pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. A paperback original. It is a novel on tank warfare in Vietnam.



3731.) ZUMBRO, RALPH and JAMES WALKER:->Puma Force. PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1991. 1st Edition 198
pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. A Special Operations tank team, Puma Force, seeks to stop an atttack of


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