A Novel of the CIA and the Secret War in Laos
Larry Lambert's new book is an adventurous novel about the actions of the CIA, U.S. Army Special Forces officers, and Army Security Agency communicators in the early to mid-sixties, in Laos. A confusing time for America when we were trying to tell the world we weren't involved in Laos, while at the same time doing everything possible to combat the Communist assisted drug trade - even to assisting drug involved "friends." It was a time when one "couldn't tell the players, without a program," and the United States was having a hard time telling good guys from bad. That can happen when nobody wears uniforms, but everyone has guns.
Beautiful women, strange Intelligence agents, gun fights and love. The book has everything.
Soon available on Amazon. I suggest you buy a copy. Or two.