The Valkyrie Mandate: The Book That Changed History

The Valkyrie Mandate The Book That Changed History The Valkyrie Mandate tells a gripping unforgettable story of peace and war love and hated one man s struggle to defend what he knows in his heart to be right First time available as an ebook Nominat

  • Title: The Valkyrie Mandate: The Book That Changed History
  • Author: Robert Vaughan
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  • Page: 303
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Valkyrie Mandate tells a gripping, unforgettable story of peace and war, love and hated one man s struggle to defend what he knows in his heart to be right First time available as an ebook Nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction Denounced as a damned lie by Henry Cabot Lodge Late Summer, 1963 Saigon Just behind the barricades that safeguard the PrThe Valkyrie Mandate tells a gripping, unforgettable story of peace and war, love and hated one man s struggle to defend what he knows in his heart to be right First time available as an ebook Nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction Denounced as a damned lie by Henry Cabot Lodge Late Summer, 1963 Saigon Just behind the barricades that safeguard the Presidential Palace, five Buddhist monks commit suicide by setting fire to themselves Moments later, an anonymous assassin slips inside the palace walls That same night, Colonel Doung, Commander of the Special Police, leads a convoy into Hoa Ginh, where he sets the village and its sacred Buddhist shrine ablaze and declares martial law A few days later, a general dispatched by Washington summons Colonel Justin Barclay for a covert assignment To negotiate and carry out a political coup that could have critical, far reaching consequences for both Occupied Vietnam and the United States An American who has lived in the East for over ten years, Justin Barclay holds an exalted position of respect and honor among the Asian community He alone understands the complexities and subtleties of their culture Now he is a man caught in the middle of a deadly conspiracy that will force him to choose and to act For in this fabled, exotic land where no one can be trusted, and where a people will die to preserve their way of life, a diabolical game of cat and mouse is about to be played out on a world stage The target is in place A single act of act of violence stands between peace and war, freedom and oppression With his own life and the life of Doung s beautiful, brutalized wife at risk Barclay races to stop a deadly plot from igniting and bringing down the free world in flames And when it s over, no one and nothing will be the same

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    • Robert Vaughan

      Robert Vaughan is an American writer He has also written a series of contemporary and historical romance novels under several pseudonyms including Paula Moore and Paula Fairman His father served in the military and Robert followed him in the 1950s, entering army aviation He served until the Vietnam War and won numerous medals including the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Purple Heart, the Bronze Star, the Air Medal with several oak leaf clusters, the Meritorious Service Medal, and several other medals His early books reflected his military background the first novel was about the US Army along the DMZ in Korea, followed by a trilogy set in Vietnam There are than 9 million of his books in print under various names He was inducted into the Writers Hall of Fame in 1998.

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