A Bad Attitude -- a Novel from the Vietnam War

Cover image, A Bad Attitude

NOTE: This book is in large part a work of fiction. Although the story was inspired by actual events, the names, persons and characters are inventions of the author.
Any resemblance to a particular individual, living or deceased, is purely coincidental.

A gripping suspense novel depicting life and death in a Transportation Corps outpost on the edge of Saigon in 1968, the deadliest year of the war.

Meet Farnsworth -- disgruntled draftee, reluctant soldier and world-class slacker -- is he also a cold-blooded murderer? But if he didn't kill the sadistic Sergeant Bragg, who did?

See the other side of the Vietnam War -- draftees versus lifers, the Saigon black market, deteriorating race relations and the deadly 1968 race riot at Long Binh Jail.

It's available from Amazon.com here. You can also get it for the regular price or in a slick EPUB edition from Barnes and Noble for just $3.19. Don't have an E-Reader? Why not try a Nook? I use one and I highly recommend it. You can get one here.
One reviewer called it "edgy and bitterly funny" and compared it favorably to both Catch-22 and M*A*S*H. See the complete review.

David Willson, author of In the Army Now, The REMF Diary and The REMF Returns, called it "an astonishing book...one of the dozen best novels set in the Vietnam War". Read his complete review.

Be sure to also check out all of the reviews posted by readers on Amazon (yes, they are real reviews -- I didn't bribe my friends into writing them for me).

Read the first chapter yourself; if you like it and want to know more, you can buy it online directly from the publisher, iUniverse.com. It's also available from Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble Online.If you prefer to buy offline, your local bookstore can order it for you and it will be in your hands in just a few days.

Want an autographed copy? Send it to me by mail along with enough postage to return it and I'll be glad to sign it for you. If you'd like an additional inscription, please print it out so I'll be able to read it. I'm not as good at deciphering handwriting as I used to be.

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