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VIETNAM LITERATURE

VIETNAM LITERATURE

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1 ANDERSON, ROBERT A Cooks & Bakers
New York Avon 1982 
First Edition Paperback Original. From the library of novelist Kent Anderson with his ownership signature. A very good copy with only light wear and slight fading to spine. Kent Anderson wrote the classic Vietnam War novel, Sympathy For the Devil (1987), considered one of the key books in Vietnam War literature. He went to Vietnam in 1969, where he served as a Sergeant in the Special Forces Green Beret. His service earned him the Purple Heart and two Bronze Stars, one with Oakleaf Cluster for valor. While not supporting the war philosophically, he certainly was and is an ardent supporter of his fellow veterans. After his tour in Vietnam he was a uniformed police officer in Portland, Oregon and in Oakland, California. These experiences formed the basis of Night Dogs, his acclaimed novel of the intensity of police life. 
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2 BROYLES, WILLIAM, JR Brothers in Arms. A Journey From War to Peace
New York Knopf 1986 
First Edition. From the library of novelist Kent Anderson signed by him with his ownership signature. Fine in a fine fresh dust jacket. Kent Anderson wrote the classic Vietnam War novel, Sympathy For the Devil (1987), considered one of the key books in Vietnam War literature. He went to Vietnam in 1969, where he served as a Sergeant in the Special Forces Green Beret. His service earned him the Purple Heart and two Bronze Stars, one with Oakleaf Cluster for valor. While not supporting the war philosophically, he certainly was and is an ardent supporter of his fellow veterans. After his tour in Vietnam he was a uniformed police officer in Portland, Oregon and in Oakland, California. These experiences formed the basis of Night Dogs, his acclaimed novel of the intensity of police life. 
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3 CAPUTO, PHILIP A Rumor of War
New York Ballantine 1977 
Later printing. Paperbound. From the library of novelist Kent Anderson signed by him with his ownership signature and with his handwritten comments and annotation throughout. A very good copy with only light wear. The basis of the film starring Brad Davis, Keith Carradine, Michael O'Keefe, Brian Dennehy, Jeff Daniels, and Stacy Keach. Kent Anderson wrote the classic Vietnam War novel, Sympathy For the Devil (1987), considered one of the key books in Vietnam War literature. He went to Vietnam in 1969, where he served as a Sergeant in the Special Forces Green Beret. His service earned him the Purple Heart and two Bronze Stars, one with Oakleaf Cluster for valor. While not supporting the war philosophically, he certainly was and is an ardent supporter of his fellow veterans. After his tour in Vietnam he was a uniformed police officer in Portland, Oregon and in Oakland, California. These experiences formed the basis of Night Dogs, his acclaimed novel of the intensity of police life. 
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4 HACKWORTH COLONEL DAVID H About Face. The Odyssey of an American Warrior
New York Simon & Schuster 1990 
First Paperback Edition. From the library of novelist Kent Anderson with his ownership signature. Illustrated. Near fine with one crease to the rear cover. Kent Anderson wrote the classic Vietnam War novel, Sympathy For the Devil (1987), considered one of the key books in Vietnam War literature. He went to Vietnam in 1969, where he served as a Sergeant in the Special Forces Green Beret. His service earned him the Purple Heart and two Bronze Stars, one with Oakleaf Cluster for valor. While not supporting the war philosophically, he certainly was and is an ardent supporter of his fellow veterans. After his tour in Vietnam he was a uniformed police officer in Portland, Oregon and in Oakland, California. These experiences formed the basis of Night Dogs, his acclaimed novel of the intensity of police life. 
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5 HELM, ERIC Vietnam: Ground Zero. The Fall of Camp A-555
New York Worldwide 1987 
First Edition. Paperback Original. From the library of novelist Kent Anderson with his ownership signature. Very good lightly used copy. Kent Anderson wrote the classic Vietnam War novel, Sympathy For the Devil (1987), considered one of the key books in Vietnam War literature. He went to Vietnam in 1969, where he served as a Sergeant in the Special Forces Green Beret. His service earned him the Purple Heart and two Bronze Stars, one with Oakleaf Cluster for valor. While not supporting the war philosophically, he certainly was and is an ardent supporter of his fellow veterans. After his tour in Vietnam he was a uniformed police officer in Portland, Oregon and in Oakland, California. These experiences formed the basis of Night Dogs, his acclaimed novel of the intensity of police life. 
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6 HERR, MICHAEL Dispatches
New York Avon Books 1980 
Fourth printing. Paperbound. From the library of novelist Kent Anderson with his ownerhsip signature and handwritten notations. Bookstore stamp. A well read copy. Kent Anderson wrote the classic Vietnam War novel, Sympathy For the Devil (1987), considered one of the key books in Vietnam War literature. He went to Vietnam in 1969, where he served as a Sergeant in the Special Forces Green Beret. His service earned him the Purple Heart and two Bronze Stars, one with Oakleaf Cluster for valor. While not supporting the war philosophically, he certainly was and is an ardent supporter of his fellow veterans. After his tour in Vietnam he was a uniformed police officer in Portland, Oregon and in Oakland, California. These experiences formed the basis of Night Dogs, his acclaimed novel of the intensity of police life. 
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7 LUCAS, JIM G Dateline: Vietnam
New York Award Books 1967 
First Paperback Edition. From the library of novelist Kent Anderson with his ownership signature. A good copy with some aging to the interior and light creasing. Kent Anderson wrote the classic Vietnam War novel, Sympathy For the Devil (1987), considered one of the key books in Vietnam War literature. He went to Vietnam in 1969, where he served as a Sergeant in the Special Forces Green Beret. His service earned him the Purple Heart and two Bronze Stars, one with Oakleaf Cluster for valor. While not supporting the war philosophically, he certainly was and is an ardent supporter of his fellow veterans. After his tour in Vietnam he was a uniformed police officer in Portland, Oregon and in Oakland, California. These experiences formed the basis of Night Dogs, his acclaimed novel of the intensity of police life. 
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8 MORRELL, DAVID First Blood
Greenwich, CT Fawcett 1972 
First Paperback Edition. From the library of novelist Kent Anderson with his ownership signature. Bookstore stamp on the bottom edge. A very good copy with only light wear and slight fading to spine. The basis of the series of Rambo films starring Sylvester Stallone. Kent Anderson wrote the classic Vietnam War novel, Sympathy For the Devil (1987), considered one of the key books in Vietnam War literature. He went to Vietnam in 1969, where he served as a Sergeant in the Special Forces Green Beret. His service earned him the Purple Heart and two Bronze Stars, one with Oakleaf Cluster for valor. While not supporting the war philosophically, he certainly was and is an ardent supporter of his fellow veterans. After his tour in Vietnam he was a uniformed police officer in Portland, Oregon and in Oakland, California. These experiences formed the basis of Night Dogs, his acclaimed novel of the intensity of police life. 
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9 NATHANSON, E.M The Dirty Dozen
New York Dell 1967 
Third printing. Paperbound. From the library of novelist Kent Anderson with his ownership signature. Bookstore stamp on the bottom edge. Very good lightly used copy with some creases and tiny tears. The basis of the acclaimed film of World War II starring Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine, Charles Bronson, Jim Brown, John Cassavetes, and Telly Savalas. Kent Anderson wrote the classic Vietnam War novel, Sympathy For the Devil (1987), considered one of the key books in Vietnam War literature. He went to Vietnam in 1969, where he served as a Sergeant in the Special Forces Green Beret. His service earned him the Purple Heart and two Bronze Stars, one with Oakleaf Cluster for valor. While not supporting the war philosophically, he certainly was and is an ardent supporter of his fellow veterans. After his tour in Vietnam he was a uniformed police officer in Portland, Oregon and in Oakland, California. These experiences formed the basis of Night Dogs, his acclaimed novel of the intensity of police life. 
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10 PROFFITT, NICHOLAS Gardens of Stone
New York Tor 1984 
First Paperback Edition. From the library of novelist Kent Anderson with his ownership signature. Creasing to spine, else very good. The basis of the Francis Ford Coppola film starring James Caan, Angelica Huston, James Earl Jones, and Laurence Fishburne. Kent Anderson wrote the classic Vietnam War novel, Sympathy For the Devil (1987), considered one of the key books in Vietnam War literature. He went to Vietnam in 1969, where he served as a Sergeant in the Special Forces Green Beret. His service earned him the Purple Heart and two Bronze Stars, one with Oakleaf Cluster for valor. While not supporting the war philosophically, he certainly was and is an ardent supporter of his fellow veterans. After his tour in Vietnam he was a uniformed police officer in Portland, Oregon and in Oakland, California. These experiences formed the basis of Night Dogs, his acclaimed novel of the intensity of police life. 
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11 RUNYON, CHARLES W The Bloody Jungle
New York Ace Books 1966 
First Edition Paperback Original. From the library of novelist Kent Anderson with his ownership signature. A very good copy with some light creasing and rubbing. Kent Anderson wrote the classic Vietnam War novel, Sympathy For the Devil (1987), considered one of the key books in Vietnam War literature. He went to Vietnam in 1969, where he served as a Sergeant in the Special Forces Green Beret. His service earned him the Purple Heart and two Bronze Stars, one with Oakleaf Cluster for valor. While not supporting the war philosophically, he certainly was and is an ardent supporter of his fellow veterans. After his tour in Vietnam he was a uniformed police officer in Portland, Oregon and in Oakland, California. These experiences formed the basis of Night Dogs, his acclaimed novel of the intensity of police life. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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12 SAYLES, JOHN Union Dues
Boston Little, Brown 1977 
First Edition. From the library of novelist Kent Anderson with his ownership signature. Near fine lightly used copy in a near fine bright dust jacket with some small creases and tiny nicks. A novel from John Sayles, best known for his film work, having written and directed such socially and politically relevant films as Return of the Secaucus Seven, Eight Men Out, Lonestar, and most recently, Limbo. Kent Anderson wrote the classic Vietnam War novel, Sympathy For the Devil (1987), considered one of the key books in Vietnam War literature. He went to Vietnam in 1969, where he served as a Sergeant in the Special Forces Green Beret. His service earned him the Purple Heart and two Bronze Stars, one with Oakleaf Cluster for valor. While not supporting the war philosophically, he certainly was and is an ardent supporter of his fellow veterans. After his tour in Vietnam he was a uniformed police officer in Portland, Oregon and in Oakland, California. These experiences formed the basis of Night Dogs, his acclaimed novel of the intensity of police life. 
Price: 85.00 USD
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13 WEBB, JAMES Fields of Fire
Englewood Cliffs, NJ Prentice-Hall 1978 
Later printing. From the library of novelist Kent Anderson with his ownership signature and handwritten notations and one section of highlighted text. Very good plus with some fading to spine and light creasing to boards in a very good dust jacket with slight fading to the spine and a few small chips and tears. Kent Anderson wrote the classic Vietnam War novel, Sympathy For the Devil (1987), considered one of the key books in Vietnam War literature. He went to Vietnam in 1969, where he served as a Sergeant in the Special Forces Green Beret. His service earned him the Purple Heart and two Bronze Stars, one with Oakleaf Cluster for valor. While not supporting the war philosophically, he certainly was and is an ardent supporter of his fellow veterans. After his tour in Vietnam he was a uniformed police officer in Portland, Oregon and in Oakland, California. These experiences formed the basis of Night Dogs, his acclaimed novel of the intensity of police life. 
Price: 175.00 USD
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