Last POW Out

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Fiction - Hard back. Marine Lance Corporal Timothy Williams, a hillbilly boy from the hills of Eastern Kentucky, lived the horror of war as he saw his friends and fellow Marines being killed. He was tired of the death he saw and he wanted no more of the killing he was forced to do. He wished for a way out of the agony. Through a turn of fate he was taken from the war only to spend years as a prisoner of war. He became the “Last POW Out” of Vietnam. Terry Davis, a computer engineer while working for the Marine Corps designing a new computer security system, came across information that brought an encounter between him and Tim Williams. Tommy Willard also served in Vietnam, the secrets he knew he swore to take to the grave with him. The mystery unravels as the reader learns what Terry Davis knows and the secrets Tommy Willard swore to keep. Intended for mature readers.
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  • By larryreeves
    Jan 23, 2006
    It is well written and believable. I could see it happening just as written and I was supprised by the ending. I've bought copies for some of my fellow Marines. A couple of my buddies said it kept them up all night reading. Gunnery Sergeant Lionel Collins USMC Retired
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October 1, 2011
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