Author Marc Cullison captivates readers as he exploits his experience as a science professor and draws readers into the bewildering world of academia. Through his work of fiction, Cullison establishes a vivid depiction of the devious student, the corrupt colleague, and the intricate politics of higher education that will have readers clutching to the pages.
Each of us who served in Vietnam was the guy next door, the average Joe, not a hero. The boy who might date your daughter or sister. The young man who might mow your yard. In Vietnam, we weren’t out to be heroes. We just did our jobs.
A torrent of books about the Vietnam War has flooded the market, most of them documenting battles, strategy, and personal journals of life during the war. There are far fewer books about soldiers who have returned to that country of conflict four decades later. Most men and women who served during the Vietnam War were only too glad to leave and never look back. I was one of those people until last year when an unexpected phone call had me considering something I never thought I would do…return to Vietnam.