The Fire Dream Mass Market Paperback – January 28, 2003. by Franklin allen Leib (Author). Accurateemotional view of the horrors of war and the honors of being a part of the elite brotherhood of serviceman.
The Fire Dream Mass Market Paperback – January 28, 2003.
Leib's ( Fire Dream ) second novel featuring Navy lieutenant William Stuart again demonstrates his ability to write superior Vietnam war fiction. Gunner's mate Douglas MacArthur Moser, believed dead, is actually a POW, held with a number of other Americans in vile conditions in a jungle camp in Laos. Through the Red Cross, Moser sends a letter to his mother in Georgia, and in it mentions the name of his hero, Lt.
Franklin Allen Leib, a former naval officer and the highly acclaimed author of the bestselling Fire Arrow, has crafted a legal thriller as suspenseful as it is thought-provoking in The House of Pain. When a spoiled teen is kidnapped outside her prestigious prep school, her parents are faced with the horror only those who've lost a child can know.
by. Leib, Franklin Allen, 1944-. The seams of this book are too narrow to be scanned. Vietnam War, 1961-1975. New York : Ivy Books.
The intriguing cast of characters is headed by Lt. William Stuart, United States Navy. Billy Hunter, a gung-ho marine from Arkansas runs long-range Reconnaissance Patrols near the DMZ. Bobby Cole, an angry young black marine, learns that in the brotherhood of war, racial differences must be transcended. Moser, a gentle giant with a slowness belying his insight, becomes Stuart's devoted shadow.
He lives in Westport, Connecticut. Franklin Allen Leib, a Navy lieutenant during the Vietnam War, served as a gunnery officer, boat officer, and navigator in support of Marine and Army operations. Subsequently, he served as a counterintelligence officer assigned to the Naval Intelligence Command in Washington. Now an international banker, Mr. Leib has an AB from Stanford and an MBA from Columbia. He lives in Westport, Connecticut.
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