Phu Bai: A Vietnam War Story

  • Title: Phu Bai: A Vietnam War Story
  • Author: Paul Betit
  • ISBN: 9780977761456
  • Page: 414
  • Format: Paperback
  • Phu Bai A Vietnam War Story Phu Bai A Vietnam War Story It is June and United States military involvement in South Vietnam is nearing its zenith As the war rachets up John Murphy and Charles Van Dyck of the Army s Crimina
    Phu Bai A Vietnam War Story It is June 1967, and United States military involvement in South Vietnam is nearing its zenith As the war rachets up, John Murphy and Charles Van Dyck of the Army s Criminal Investigation Division investigate the murder of an American soldier at Phu Bai War intrudes as the two investigators build their case against the most likely suspect BuPhu Bai A Vietnam War Story It is June 1967, and United States military involvement in South Vietnam is nearing its zenith As the war rachets up, John Murphy and Charles Van Dyck of the Army s Criminal Investigation Division investigate the murder of an American soldier at Phu Bai War intrudes as the two investigators build their case against the most likely suspect But a bizarre twist turns it into an unusual manhunt in the middle of a war zone A Vietnam War veteran, Mr Betit was stationed at Phu Bai For than thirty years, he s worked as a newspaperman in Maine He lives in Brunswick with his wife, Deborah The couple has two sons Betit also wrote Kagnew Station, a sequel set in Ethiopia Cover Design Just Write Books

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    About Paul Betit


    1. A former Maine newspaperman, Mr Betit is the author of three mystery suspense novels featuring U.S Army CID investigator John Murphy His books include Phu Bai, Kagnew Station and the recently published The Man In The Canal Mr Betit worked as a general assignment reporter or as a sportswriter for nearly 39 years, including stints with the Kennebec Journal 1974 85 in Augusta and the Portland Press Herald and Maine Sunday Telegram 1985 2013 In 1991 and 1996, he received awards from the Maine Press Association for his sports features He continues to cover high school, college and pro sports on a free lance basis Mr Betit is a 1975 graduate of the University of Maine, earning a B.A degree in journalism Prior to that, he worked as an account executive for radio stations in Gardiner and Portland while attending the University of Maine at Augusta Following his graduation from Cony High School 1965 in Augusta, Mr Betit served as an intelligence analyst for the United States Army Security Agency He earned letters of commendation for his work while serving lengthy tours in South Vietnam 1966 67 and Ethiopia 1967 69 Mr Betit lives in Brunswick, Maine, with his wife, Debbie They have two sons Recently, a grandson, Alexander, joined the family Betit s interests include bridge, golf, reading, writing, walks with the family dog, conversing with all sorts of people about all sorts of subjects, and, most importantly, spending time with his family.


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    1. Written by a friend of mine who also served in Phu Bai. A really good mystery.

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