LETTER TO EDITOR — “All Expenses Paid” tells story of infantrymen in South Vietnam
Since we are experiencing a lockdown, and everybody is spending free time eating and sleeping, why not spend that time reading a good book.
“All Expenses Paid” is a book well worth reading. It tells, in detail, a non-fiction account of American history not found anywhere else, never having been written before.
It tells what our American combat infantrymen experienced daily in the jungles and rice paddies of South Vietnam.
This is Volume I of a duology, and covers the first six months of my tour, September 1967 through February 1968.
Volume II, now being written, will cover March through September 1968.
It’s best to buy Volume I so you can more easily follow the story in Volume II. It’s selling very well, so order now and have it ready to read during the lockdown.
It’s available on Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble and directly from the publisher at Pocolpress.com.
John Launer (born in Port Arthur)
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