A decorated veteran of three wars, and author of two nonfiction classics—The Marines and The U.S. Marines: A History—Edwin Howard Simmons has written a novel of the Korean War that is earning unparalleled praise from both the military and literary communities. Emotionally moving and intensely authentic, it is the story of George Bayard, a Marine reserve captain who is recalled to active duty for a command-and a challenge-he never would have chosen.
Stephen E. Ambrose on "Dog Company Six"
"If you want to know what it was like to be a Marine at Inchon or the Chosin Reservoir, read Edwin Howard Simmons."About the Author:
Brig. Gen. Edwin Howard Simmons, USMC (Ret.) served with the Marine Corps from 1942 to 1978, including combat in both World War II and Vietnam, and was the director of Marine Corps History and Museums, retiring in 1996. His previous books include The United States Marines: A History, and The Marines. He lives in Alexandria, Virginia.
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