More from Annamese Dust Jacket

Continuing quotes from the Naval Institute Press dust jacket for Last of the Annamese, coming out next March:

Back cover:

“As author, peacemaker, and a philanthropist helping to mend the wounds of war for U.S veterans returning from Vietnam, I found Last of the Annamese by Tom Glenn a brilliant piece of work on healing. His story, with twists and turns, is a must read!”

  • Le Ly Hayslip, author of When Heaven and Earth Changed Places and The Child of War, Woman of Peace

Last of the Annamese is all the more vivid, thrilling, and moving because Tom Glenn experienced many of the heartbreaking events he evokes so poignantly. He has also provided us with a thought-provoking reminder of the consequences of becoming deeply enmeshed in another nation’s conflicts.”

— Thurston Clarke, author of The Last Campaign: Robert F. Kennedy and 82 Days That Inspired America

“Tom Glenn has poured a broken heart and a grieving soul into the pages of Last of the Annamese, a novel of love and war and tragedy set amid the fall of South Vietnam and the capture of Saigon in those dark days of April 1975. His fiction is carefully woven between the threads of historical fact that ring true to one who was there in the beginning and in the end, just as Tom Glenn was. I found it impossible to put this book down before reading the last page.”

— Joseph L. Galloway, coauthor of We Were Soldiers Once . . . and Young and We Are Soldiers Still

“Passion, intrigue, and espionage intertwine during the fall of Saigon in Last of the Annamese. Tom Glenn’s novel is a proverbial bookend companion to Graham Greene’s The Quiet American and a poignant study of the U.S. relationship with Vietnam.

Stephen Phillips, author of The Recipient’s Son: A Novel of Honor

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