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The Fallen and the Free – The War Torn Book 3

The Fallen and the Free - The War Torn Book 3
The Fallen and the Free – The War Torn Book 3 eBook: $2.99 Series: The War Torn Series, Book 3 Genre: Historical Fiction ASIN: B00L6D1T5K Martin Holt and his comrades fly into the hell that's Germany at the ebb of the war, where a people are strugglingRead more

The Brave and the Lonely – The War Torn Book 1

The Brave and the Lonely - The War Torn Book 1
The Brave and the Lonely – The War Torn Book 1 eBook: $0.99 Series: The War Torn Series, Book 1 Genres: Historical Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense ASIN: B00L0MA4GC In the epic struggle of the century, World War II, it's America and her allies at war againstRead more

The Other Side of Memory

The Other Side of Memory
The Other Side of Memory eBook: $0.99 Genre: Romantic Suspense ASIN: B00JNUIQTU NYT bestselling author Robert Vaughan, who served 3 tours in Nam, brings you a riveting contemporary military story with deep romance elements. When Jake Elliot "dies" on the operating table in 1996 he is encounteredRead more

The Sin: A Murder Mystery

The Sin: A Murder Mystery
The Sin: A Murder Mystery $11.95eBook: $2.99 Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense ASIN: B015PBIRNKISBN: 162918909X Deadly Family Secrets Were Hidden Behind The Sin! Murder was a very rare crime in Sikeston, Missouri. But then, Leah Graves, the victim, was a very rare woman. She was the townRead more

Men, good news.

Men, good news.

I have posted earlier about going to Korea back in the fifties, as a very-low ranking enlisted man in the “steerage” compartment of the Gaffey, with bunks stacked 12 high in the compartments. Officers, and those who were accompanied by their families en route to Japan had

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A String of C’s

A String of C's

Here is a little something that I originally wrote a couple of years ago. My greatest personal disappointment is that I do not have a degree. Admittedly, at my age, there is no longer any need for a degree as far as work opportunities are concerned. But

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Walk Your Post

Walk Your Post

A few years ago I posted a story of what it was like to be a private in the army in the `1950s pulling KP. As I understand it, the army doesn’t have KP anymore, and the young soldiers today don’t have any idea how lucky they

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Tell Them About the Handshake

Tell Them About the Handshake

Twenty-five years ago, I got a telephone call from a friend. “Dick, you were in Vietnam, and you’ve written books about Vietnam, I’ve got a Vietnam vet I want you to meet. He’s got a story I think you would find very interesting.” I tried to pass

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Collect Experiences

Collect Experiences

As a writer, I have purposely sought out as many experiences as I could, believing that experiences are the stock in trade to a writer….just as groceries on the shelf are stock in trade to the grocer. Some of you may remember the TIME MAGAZINE feature, MILESTONES.

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And That’s When I Decided to Play a Little Game with Him

And That’s When I Decided to Play a Little Game with Him

I have probably ghost written a hundred books or more. Several years ago I ghosted “Thin for Life.” a diet book for the Director of the Duke University Diet. I attended the program as one of the patients, and only Dr. Richard Stulke knew my real purpose

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