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Tim Siggia’s “The Twilight Tour” is an Unflinching and Inspiring Portrait of a Decorated Military Man

Tim Siggia’s book tells a gripping story of a Navy man whose retirement gave a new meaning to bravery.

New York, NY – WEBWIRE

“Pop Riley’s story mirrors the experiences of many veterans and military men who have spent much of their waking lives serving America.”f

The transition from military to civilian life leads veterans down a path of many twists and turns. Serving the great American nation is no easy feat. Putting down in words the experiences of military men may be challenging, but author Tim Siggia made it seem effortless with his book. As such, military officers, especially veterans, will be thrilled to read Tim Siggia’s “The Twilight Tour.”

The book focuses on Marion Charles “Pop” Riley, a Navy officer. He served in World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. He has arrived at the Naval Air Station in Brunswick, Maine, for an official Twilight Tour, which will mark the end of a more than thirty-year Navy career.

Despite his decorated career, Pop Riley’s life is not filled with sweetness. Divorced by his wife and estranged from his only son, he sees his upcoming retirement threatening his well-being. Pop also struggles with his drinking problem, which has progressed beyond what is generally considered normal. Despite this, he manages to impact several friends’ lives in various ways.

Pop Riley’s story mirrors the experiences of many veterans and military men who have spent much of their waking lives serving America. The story of Marion Charles “Pop” Riley will show its readers that being on a Twilight Tour is not the end of a fascinating journey. Instead, it is the beginning of lifelong happiness.

Interested readers may grab a copy of Tim Siggia’s “The Twilight Tour” on Amazon.

The Twilight Tour
Author | Tim Siggia
Genre | Fiction, Military
Publisher | Page Publishing
Published date | January 7, 2019

Timothy M. Siggia, better known as Tim, was born on February 3, 1945, in Hartford, Connecticut. He grew up in East Hartford and attended what was then known as Central Connecticut State College, intending to teach English after graduation. He dropped out of college and enlisted in the United States Navy in 1967, leaving for recruit training in Great Lakes, Illinois.

Tim advanced from Seaman Recruit to Radioman Second Class, paygrade E-5. In 1981, he earned a lateral conversion of ratings from Radioman First Class to Journalist First Class, both paygrade E-6.

Tim retired from the Navy in March of 1991 with a service record that included service aboard six Navy ships and a roughly equal number of shore states. He is a member of the American Legion Post 77, American Veterans (AMVETS) Post 18, Vietnam Veterans of America Connecticut Chapter 120, the Fleet Reserve Association, and the Navy League of the United States.

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