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Underground Devil Dog

Underground Devil Dog is a memoir of Sergeant Under Ground Devil DogJames W. DeLaBar, Marine combat engineer and tunnel rat during the most… More > ferocious fighting of the Viet Nam war. His exploits reads like a thriller but the events are real.
The North Vietnamese had a bounty on Sergeant DeLaBar’s head. He knew that the enemy had no interest in capturing him for he had no information, he was searching for information. The enemy was told to kill him, bring in his head for a reward of money and extra food. That is why he always kept a round for killing any enemy that came close enough to kill him. He became known as the outlaw Jesse James.

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By The Time I Got It All Together It Was Too Heavy To Lift

Only a few rare books have wonder associated with them. By The Time I Got It All Together It Was Too Heavy To Lift is just such a book. One of the rare few destined to become a modern classic. A book to lighten the spirit, warm the heart and make sense in a troubled nonsensical world. A book that offers love and hope.

Each essay carries the reader to heights of magic. A magnetic garden that expresses good and evil on a refrigerator door; a view of how to chase fear; what happens when a person rules the world; or the vision of a gas station philosopher alone on the night shift.
In By The Time I Got It All Together It Was Too Heavy To Lift there are disasters in wood; tragedy in a Christmas tree; and what happens in people-cow world or if the world was a balloon.
In this mixture of thought and humor are essays on sexolence, how a man redeemed himself by going to prison and how through Purple Popsicle we learn about soul placement.

One essay, Rev. Whitmore, will give the reader an answer to their problem.

Readers have said, “This is the funniest, most thought provoking, inspirational book I’ve read in a long long time.”

Take care. Be well. ENJOY

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A Killing Season

A Killing Season is a crime thriller packed with action, gore, erotica and evil. The book opens with a dead nude woman her head hanging off the edge of a swimming pool, her long hair floating in the water, a children’s jump rope wrapped around her neck. Passed out in a nearby lounge chair is her killer. A man destined to be tortured by a thousand cuts from the most vicious killer ever created, Amos “Half-Penny” Franklin.
PI Jack Blackthorne’s (Thorn) mind has been shredded by war. Misled, he enters a world far more dangerous than the war he cannot leave behind. A simple missing person case turns into a nightmare involving millions of embezzled mob money. Thorn is lied to by his employer; stalked by a psycho, Half-Penny; hunted by mob goons;. His only salvation is Lilli, who is raped and tortured by Half-Penny.

Both Lilli go into another world of unrealness. Thorn is unable to reach the only love of his life. He must track the killer and doesn’t care if he is killed himself.

Thorn must travel half way around the world to extract his revenge.

WARNING: Strong sexuality, language, violence.


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  1. richard kyle says:

    These are the most fascinating books I’ve ever read, especially Underground Devil Dog. It gave me an insight into the Nam war that I never had before. I find the tunnel exploits both exciting and challenging.

    And the mystery, A Killing Season, is a page turner. I’ve heard a rumor that Charlie Sheen would like to play the part of Thorn but is afraid that he might be too old.

    And the book, By the time I got it all together it was too heavy to lift is one of the best inspirational books I’ve ever read. Especially the chapter titled Re. Whitmore, which gave me a clear insight into the root of my problems.

    I give all three books five stars.

  2. rosalie says:

    I just finished reading A Menoir of a Marine..It was wonderful to read a book that was hard to put down…I think everyone should read it to understand how Nam was in the 60s. I think they should make a movie of it for so inlighting…

    • JJ says:

      Thanks. I am working on getting the book made into a movie by Clint Eastwood. Keep your fingers crossed. Be sure to tell all your friends.

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