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The Guerilla Trilogy

WAR STORYFIGHTING MEN, AND THE DEVIL’S SECRET NAME NOW AVAILABLE IN ONE EBOOK FOR THE FIRST TIME!

SEVEN DIRTY WARS…ONE COMBAT VETERAN/JOURNALIST

Green Beret Jim Morris tells his story in this critically acclaimed war trilogy, detailing the early years in Vietnam through the brushfire wars of the early 1980s: the atrocities and the splendor, the loyalty, the bloodshed, and the loss…

“Powerful…a first-class piece of work!”
–Bestselling author W.E.B. Griffin

Author: Jim Morris

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War Story set the mark for Vietnam memoirs; Fighting Men tells the stories of Morris’s friends who were heroes to heroes, and phases into their post war careers; and The Devil’s Secret Name explores the guerilla wars of the 1980s through the eyes of their fighters.

Years before the term “embedded journalist” was coined, he witnessed the harsh realities and hazy outcomes of guerrilla warfare. Inevitably the only reporter on the scene, Morris chronicles more than combat shrouded in the fog of war. His remarkable battlefield accounts, written while he was living among the soldiers, capture the extraordinary bravery, unwavering faith, and grim humor that all combat troops share.

With vivid, sometimes humorous, and often terrifying battlefield reports, along with a curated collection of photographs, Morris captures the culture of the elite warrior, trained to fight outside the box, survive in hostile terrain, and kill the enemy before they even know they’re there. And with nothing more than a reporter’s eye and a soldier’s heart, he covers the Third World wars that helped create the post-Cold War era, wars that helped shape both a lasting peace and the seeds of international terrorism.

The Guerilla Trilogy should be required reading for every Special Forces soldier and is an essential read for anyone looking to gain insight into the realities of war. It is also perhaps the finest autobiographical work ever published about the experience of being a young American.

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