Vietnam War Historical Novel Featured in Guadalajara
Frank Wadleigh turns his personal account of the Vietnam War into a historical novel.
The protagonist will face a moral dilemma when he finds out the inhumane methods of the Phoenix.
Frank Waldeigh’s book, Phoenix Mistress, is a historical novel that takes readers back to the Vietnam War and America’s participation in it.
This book features the secret CIA operation called the Phoenix Program. A computer scientist accepts the post as senior intelligence analyst for what he thought was just an American computer company. What he doesn’t know is the company’s involvement with the US Army, and the true nature of his job. The protagonist will face a moral dilemma when he finds out the inhumane methods of the Phoenix.
As an informative book, it shares a rarely accounted side of the war in Saigon, packed with suspense and conspiracies. Phoenix Mistress is recommended for the war survivors and veterans, and “anyone who would have an interest in this period of America’s military involvement in the controversial war,” according to an Amazon reviewer.
This book was featured at the 2015 Guadalajara Book Fair, which was held last November 26 until December 6.
Written by Frank Wadleigh
Paperback | $14.95
Hardcover | $24.95
Kindle | $5.99
Book copies are available at www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and all other online book retailers.
About the Authors
Frank Wadleigh has a doctorate degree in Mathematics and was once a senior intelligence analyst at Headquarters, Military Assistance Command, Vietnam. He is the founder/CEO of Nova Scientia Inc., a small biotech company in Southern California.
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