The embassy house

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Bantam Books, Mar 1, 1987 - Fiction - 442 pages
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With an insight and authenticity honed by his years as a war correspondent and bureau chief for Newsweek in Vietnam, Nicholas Proffitt creates a sweeping, action-packed portrait of that nation--and of the men and women, both Vietnamese and American, brought tumultuously together in the crucible of war. Proffitt is also the author of Gardens of Stone.

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Captain Jake Gulliver, a.k.a. Sandman, is a Green Beret who also deals in occasional assassinations for the CIA in the Vietnam of the early 1970s. Steelman, a.k.a. Razor, is Gulliver's superior in ... Read full review


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