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5.0 out of 5 starsGreat war story
Reviewed in the United States on January 24, 2020
I enjoyed Meyer's Vietnam war story . It was realistic, had a great story line, good characters, and though a bit long in some areas, well worth the read. This is the first of this authors books I've read, but will certainly browse his other writings for another good read.
It was an interesting story. I appreciate the author detailing the horrors that the average NVA soldier had to endure at the hands of their masters. All the traveling through and back the enemy lines got tiresome. Overall I enjoyed the story. Makes me want to read the history of the battle.
An American military investigator in Vietnam was investigating the disappearance of M-15 rifles at the same time an American woman journalist was writing a story on the miss firing of the replacement M-16. Both these two got together during their investigations in height of the battle with the North Vietnamese forces. Somebody in the American army was stealing the good reliable M-15 rifles & selling them . This left the Americans at a disadvantage in the war zone.