Author: Cyril West

Category: Thrillers & Suspense

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West’s second novel in the POW/MIA Truth Series challenges readers to question everything they have been told about the Vietnam War, including the lie that “everyone came home."1980. SITKA, ALASKA.Nine years after his son went missing in Vietnam, Walter Greene’s mind is tormented by the unknown: What happened to his boy? And why did the Department of Defense unexpectedly change his status from missing in action to killed in action without supporting evidence of death?Having recently come across secret information that indicates PFC Thomas Greene might have been abandoned in Vietnam, he is confronted by a government operative who warns against digging into his son’s disappearance.In the meantime, strange and unexplainable things have begun to happen: flashing lights at the harbor, ghostly footsteps in his house, and the sound of a piano late at night. When a stranger shows up claiming to have proof his son is alive, Greene enters into a treacherous game of cat and mouse.But what is real? And what lives inside Walter Greene’s imagination?# # #With razor-sharp plotting, richly rendered characters, and heart-stopping surprises on every page, West’s second novel in the POW/MIA Truth Series challenges readers to question everything they have been told about the Vietnam War, including the lie that “everyone came home.”# # #"A moving story which takes the horrible facts surroundingthe abandonment of POWs in Vietnam and translates it into very believablecharacters molded after the real families and veterans who have tried andcontinue to try, to do something about it."- Monika Jensen-StevensonAuthor of Kiss the Boys Goodbye: How the United States Betrayed Its Own POWs inVietnam"It is my profound hope after reading Some Never Forget that the reader will conclude that none should ever forget."- Senator Bob SmithFormer Congressman and U.S. Senator from New Hampshire (1985-2003)"The story is intriguing, melding the angst of a POW’s father with a blend of conspiracy theories and enough Tlingit mythology to make Tony Hillerman proud." - Bill YanceyAuthor of Abandoned: MIA in Vietnam