“This is a tense, methodical look at what went wrong for U.S. policy in Iraq, and the devastating effect it had on the men and women who were there just prior to the first Gulf War. But it’s also a study in dogged determination: one man persevering in the face of deprivation and long odds to finally build a new life for himself after his country turns its back on him.” — Publishers Daily Reviews
“Five stars for Rik’s. It speaks eloquently about such vital issues as patriotism, comradeship, and the lengths to which love will go. This gritty read will ring true with any follower of America’s foreign interventions — and then deliver a stunning affirmation of life in the end. ” — Midwest Book Review
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