A Soldier's Duty: A Novel
From one of America's most esteemed military correspondents and the author of Making the Corps comes a "briskly paced, engrossing tale" ( Los Angeles Times ) about a brutal brushfire war in Afghanistan that sets off a titanic struggle for the soul of the twenty-first-century American military.
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This first novel by Ricks, a Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post journalist, is an intriguing, thoughtful, and exciting tale of today's U.S. military. When a peacekeeping mission in Afghanistan ... Read full review
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