Friendship, Respect, Love – And The Vietnam War

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Summary: As Roger Connors, a widower with no children, ponders whether to pursue aggressive treatment for his cancer, a cryptic note arrives from a long-lost Air Force buddy announcing the visit of an acquaintance from Vietnam. The startling news resurrects ghosts of fallen comrades and haunting memories of the great love he once knew. In C.L. Hoang‘s novel “Once upon a Mulberry Field” shocking revelations from his visitor uncover a missing part of Roger’s life he never dreamed possible. Peeling back one layer at a time, he delves into a decades-old secret in search of answers and traces of a passion unfulfilled. From the jungles of Vietnam through the minefields of the heart, “Once upon a Mulberry Field” follows one man’s journey of self-discovery, fraught with disillusionment and despair but ultimately redeemed by the power of love. More below the media player. Listen to C.L. Hoang The Indie Author Life “Where did you get your title?” It’s one of the most common questions an author hears, and C.L. Hoang says he hears it all the time. He wrote in a recent blog post that “It was derived from the two famous lines in the Vietnamese masterpiece popularly known as Truyện Kiều […] Similar Posts: The True Cost of War For Soldiers and Families Indie Authors, Why They’re Telling You to Go Away Homeless But Not Hopeless Is This Why Readers Don’t Finish Books? Inside A Successful Writer’s Imagination The post Friendship, Respect, Love – And The Vietnam War appeared first on The Bookcast.