Book: Secret Worlds - A True Story of Deception, Illusion and Intrigue by S. Greencategories: Book, Women in War, Autobiographical, Sixties, History, Healing, Post Traumatic Stress, Adventure, Military, Intrigue, Vietnam War
S. Greenabout this book: A unique story written by the only Army female to receive a Purple Heart in Vietnam. Her story begins with a bang and continues to surprise and captivate the reader. This is a story of manipulation of a young female's openness to life. Many unanswered questions and pieces of her puzzle were revealed while writing this book. She finds herself leading a double life and is often in dangerous and unusual situations. In the Army, she was Command personnel. At the Embassy, she attended high level meetings with military and civilian leaders, while no one knew she was military. She fit in a covert shadow area. She had fake passport and visa; travelled in countries forbidden to US Military; was alone and cornered by enemies; and many other risky situations. This story reveals the darker side of wars.
This is a must read for veteran's and their families. Many emotional issues they bring home are addressed in this book. A woman's story, being shared from the heart,in a direct and compelling way, with an added touch of spirituality and humor. In war, you must have humor and spirituality to survive.
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