With gratitude to those who have fought for truth  . . .

ttw-127wForeword to The Thin Wall (2014)
By William “Chip” Beck, ex-POW/MIA Special Investigator

What readers should remember is that POWs like the one in The Thin Wall were active duty U.S. military personnel until the days when they died, forgotten by a grateful nation, abandoned by the military, yet surviving for years, even decades after the conflicts in which they served had ended for their compatriots on the Home Front.
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snf-127wForeword to Some Never Forget (2017)
By Bob Smith, former Congressman and U.S. Senator from New Hampshire (1985-2003)

Mr. West’s characters, Walter and Meredith Greene, spent their lives searching for the truth about their MIA son, Tommy. There are hundreds of real families who have endured the plight of the Greenes. Families who have seen the status of their loved ones changed from MIA to KIA without providing supporting evidence. Moms, dads, brothers, sisters and spouses dealing with persistent lies from their own government and having to fight for decades to gain access to long de-classified documents that might provide answers and comfort.
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Speculative fiction based upon the truths many hold to be true, but covered up by professional debunkers and select members of the U.S. government since the end of WW2.