Book: Goodbye Junie Moon by June Collinscategories: Book, Vietnam War, Exotic Dancer, Stripper, Action, Triumph, Courage, Fearless Female, Sex, Corruption, Lovers, Bad Girl, Military, Asia, Wartime Entertainers, Memoir
June Collinsabout this book: June Collins made world headlines towards the end of the Vietnam War when she became a whistle blower and squealed on a bunch of dishonest sergeants who were running the Army clubs in Vietnam. She went to Vietnam in search of adventure and money but too many body bags changed all that. By following her conscience she lost her business and put her life at risk.
This is a true, no holds barred, story with many newspaper and magazine verification's. She has repeatedly been called a heroine and a champion of the Vietnam Veterans but she is not without a handful of detractors. The story, although NOT erotica, is mildly racy in a couple of spots so if you tend to be prudish, June says to skip this one rather than write an offensive review due to your offended sensibilities.
June is also the co-author of The Khaki Mafia with Robin Moore (The French Connection). This earlier best seller was published by Crown and Avon Books.
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