Brighton releases "They Remember: 50 Years Later" from novelist Jack Kassinger
"Jack Kassinger pens another superbly written work detailing the experiences of eight fellow marines who served together in Vietnam, and the brotherhood and camaraderie they developed"
It is currently available in eBook from multiple vendors, with the print version scheduled for release in spring 2019. Both formats will be available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other leading retailers nationwide. The print version will be distributed through Ingram, the world's largest wholesale book distributor, in addition to being available worldwide through the Xerox Espresso Book Machine network.
Synopsis: They were young men–some had yet to reach the age of twenty by the time they landed in South Vietnam–some in 1967 and others a few months later in 1968. By most accounts, they were just boys who had been sent to a far off land to fight an unpopular war. They served with distinction and came home hardened from the experience and wondering what the hell had happened to their country. There were no homecoming parades, no hero's welcome, and little or no respect for the sacrifice these men made in the service of our country.
They Remember: Fifty Years Later is a story of eight fellow Marines who served together in Vietnam. Not unlike the story of many others who served, Scripts from Vietnam, reveals the scars they incurred as the result of fighting an unpopular war. Indelible memories are still with them, but it is the brotherhood and camaraderie they developed while serving together that is best remembered.
Semper Fi to all who have served!
Jack Kassinger spent four years in the United States Marine Corps and twenty-two subsequent years with the Central Intelligence Agency. He retired from the CIA in 1995 as a senior intelligence officer. Following a successful government career, Jack became a private security specialist overseeing the construction of two US embassies, one in Moscow, Russia and the other in Being, China. Jack wrote his memoir of government service in 2010 and became a spy-writing novelist with Brighton Publishing in 2011. His novels include, Noble Cause, Storms Over Zimbabwe, The Hunt for Njonjo, Mindful Deed, Asset, and The Games They Play.
He currently resides in Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas with his wife Cherie.