One of the personal by-products of this past year's COVID-19 pandemic experience was the realization that I, after 32 years in the antiquarian book trade, no longer wish to man an open shop for 8 hours a day. Going forward, I intend to pursue a semi-retired lifestyle, and in keeping with this philosophy, have transitioned to a on-line only business model.
And in keeping with this new business model, this website is open 24/7 and any order placed will [normally] ship within 3 business days, if not sooner.
(n.p.), Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, (n.d.). 1st (?). 228 pp. 12mo. 5-5/8" x 4-1/8". Blue & black wrappers with white block lettering. Published in English by the Soviet Peace Committee, circa mid-1965, this book takes advantage of the US involvement in Vietnam to criticize the US... More
New York: Summit, (1985). 1st edition. 247 pp, 8vo. Hardback. Dust jacket. Novel about two men ordered to bring medicine to S. Vietnamese villages in an effort to win them over; by a former U.S. Army Medical Officer.More
Chappaqua: Christian Herald, (1977). 1st edition. 288 pp, 8vo. Hardback. Dust jacket. Mother's story of her family's capture and imprisonment by the Vietcong while the family was on missonary work in Vietnam.More
NY: Stein and Day, 1976. 1st ed. 239 pp, 8vo. Orange cloth spine with blue paper-wrapped boards. Blue dust jacket. Commentary by former Prime Minister of Vietnam, discusses why the US did win the war with the Communists.More
(n.p.): Playboy Press, (1980). 1st ed. 256 pp, 8vo. Hardback. Dust jacket. Asserts US Gov't used soldiers for radiation/Agent Orange testing. Particular cogent book with respect to 1994 news headlines.More
Brooklyn Heights: Beekman, 1979. Advance Uncorrected Proof. 245 pp. 8vo. Red wrappers. Story of individuals in an armor division during invasion of Cambodia; author served as a combat medic during the conflict.More
New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, (1975). 1st ed. 341 pp, 22 pgs of B&W photographs, 8vo. Black cloth spine with paper-wrapped boards. Dust jacket. Subtitled: the story of the Vietnam veteran who declared war against his own country and trained the SLA.More
New York: Crowell, (1975). 1st edition. , 399 pp. 8vo. Black cloth binding with gilt spine lettering. Off-white dust jacket. A novel that follows Eddie Keller, from Vietnamese prison camp to New York.More