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Deadly Autumn

by Rod McFain

  • 331 Want to read
  • 1 Currently reading

Published by PublishAmerica .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Westerns,
  • Westerns - General,
  • Fiction,
  • Fiction - Western

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages376
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8436178M
    ISBN 101413701434
    ISBN 109781413701432
    OCLC/WorldCa54699244

    Silent Spring - Deadly Autumn Of The Vietnam War By: Patrick Hogan As one reviewer described the book, “Patrick Hogan pulls off what most cannot – invoke emotion using non-fiction. Fair warning, his description of the Vietnam War will make you angry, depressed, sad, and happy all at the same time.”. ‘Silent Spring - Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War’ will have the reader question a lot of things that are not spoken of in mainstream settings. I enjoyed reading Patrick Hogan’s memoir and appreciate him for his role in the war. I would encourage anyone who seeks to find the truth about the Vietnam war to read this book as it is /5(80).

      Nonfiction Book Award Status: Silver Synopsis. Silent Spring – Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War is not politically correct or idealistic. It is not just another book about Agent Orange or the Vietnam War; it is the “silver bullet” which cuts through the complexity of the circumstances and pesticides used during the Vietnam War—highly toxic herbicides and insecticides which in some.   Silent Spring: Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War is an absorbing book which helps us to understand what really happened in the Vietnam War and why so many veterans continue to suffer in its aftermath. This is a must-read for all Americans.

    The Deadly Fields of Autumn The woman who alighted from the stagecoach stood for a moment surveying the town, a look of wonder on her face. Her long dress was gorgeous, green-striped on a snowy white background with an extravagance of ecru-ruffled trim. Fair warning, his description of the Vietnam War will make you angry, depressed, sad, and happy all at the same time.” This second edition of Silent Spring – Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War, is an account of war – a saga of anger and determination – a chronicle written in sorrow and hope.


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Deadly Autumn by Rod McFain Download PDF EPUB FB2

Silent Spring - Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War is an account of war - a tale of anger and determination - a chronicle written in sorrow and hope. It's a story of countless veterans who served inVietnam and many of their children/5(98).

Patrick Hogan’s Silent Spring - Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War is from start to finish an entirely visceral, and eye-opening read. Hogan takes the premise of our known foundations of history, rather historical fiction, and brings to the surface all of the ugly, hidden, and covert government tactics and weapons that have been deliberately buried from public mainstream media and attention/5(97).

Silent Spring - Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War is a memoir novel by author Patrick Hogan. The book explores his time serving in Vietnam, his struggle with the war upon returning home, and the pesticides and chemical waste that was going on there.

The book is his truth about what he experienced and witnessed while at war/5. Silent Spring – Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War, is an account of war – a tale of anger and determination – a chronicle written in sorrow and hope.

It’s the story of countless veterans who served in Vietnam and could even be your story/5. Deadly Autumn book Deadly autumn Winds is part of a series and I enjoyed seeing some previous characters, but is read as a standalone.A captivating read that had me turning the pages.

Lots of suspense and had me changing my mind a few times on who was the killer.5/5(2). Silent Spring, Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War is the only book that focuses on how the health of in country Vietnam veterans was impacted by all the quickly and cheaply made, highly toxic tactical-grade military pesticides used during the Vietnam War.

Patrick Hogan has 19 books on Goodreads with ratings. Patrick Hogan’s most popular book is Silent Spring: Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War. SILENT SPRING, DEADLY AUTUMN.

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As the book begins, the reader is quickly confronted with the harrowing situation of a world that is suddenly turned upside down/5(). Interview with Riley McKissack, Author of Deadly Autumn Winds Riley McKissack is the author of the new book Deadly Autumn Winds Biography & Memoir Literary Fiction Romance Fantasy Mystery Thriller Young Adult.

Silent Spring – Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War, is an account of war – a tale of anger and determination – a chronicle written in sorrow and hope.

It’s the story of countless veterans who served in Vietnam and could even be your story. *****November 3, - Reviewed By Amanda Rofe for Readers’ Favorite – “Silent Spring: Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War is an absorbing book which helps us to understand what really happened in the Vietnam War and why so many veterans continue to suffer in its aftermath.

This is a. ***** Decem - 4 Out of 5 Stars - By V.E. - Silent Spring: Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War by Patrick Hogan is a first hand account of Hogan's experience, so this book is biographical. Hogan has used his experience to highlight the misuse of chemicals, that were not only toxic, but caused a great deal of health issues for the military following the war.

Hey Happy Readers!. Welcome to our Children's Books Read Aloud. In this video we present one of the great fall books for kids, My Autumn Book read aloud by Beth with Happy Cultivated. In Silent Spring – Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War, author Patrick Hogan pulls back another curtain on that brutal conflict, and the battles that it is still causing today.

Many people are cursorily familiar with the devastating use of chemical weapons in Vietnam by the American military, including the widespread application of napalm and Agent Orange in defoliation campaigns/5.

Larry's Story You won’t find Larry’s life history in any newspaper article or government archives. You won’t find his name engraved on the massive, highly polished, black granite Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C.

even though he was a tragic, and very real, casualty of the Vietnam War. About Author. Getting Ready to Leave South Vietnam - U.S.

Army Motor Pool - writing a book about the Vietnam War or being an author was the further thing from his mind. starting with the death of his friend and fellow veteran, Larry White the concept for Silent Spring - Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War was born, and a reluctant.

Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy Silent Spring - Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War: Second Edition (Paperback) at   Patrick Hogan, author of Silent Spring – Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War, lays out for readers, in no uncertain terms a full and complete breakdown of each of the deadly agents used in the pesticides sprayed so liberally in Vietnam during the duration of the war.

Hogan, a man who served for just shy of three years in the throes of the war and in the midst of one of the most heavily sprayed. The Paperback of the Silent Spring - Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War: Second Edition by Patrick Hogan at Barnes & Noble.

FREE Shipping on Brand: Whatnot Enterprises, LLC. Silent Spring: Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War is a memoir by Patrick Hogan charting the shocking story of why tens of thousands of US veterans who served in /5(6).Silent Spring, Deadly Autumn Of The Vietnam War was not, as I first thought, a memoir about serving in Vietnam.

After describing some of his personal experiences serving in Vietnam, and then dealing with many, many unexplained health problems back home, author Patrick Hogan spends most of the book in a well-researched investigation into Agent Reviews:   In “Silent Spring – Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War,” author Patrick Hogan provides a world through the perspective of a veteran that served their share in Vietnam’s war.

He describes first-hand experiences, things seen, heard, and felt from day one of enlisting/5.