Following Bootprints Across Afghanistan

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New riveting fiction follows the events that could or may have happened to the many brave soldiers serving in Afghanistan

What is it like fighting in Afghanistan? In Bootprints Across Afghanistan, author Charles F. David weaves a fascinating fictional novel of the events that could happen, or may have happened, in some form to the brave warriors serving in Afghanistan.

Corporal Joe Peters, a Texas-born U.S. marine, with one tour in Iraq under his belt, takes a group of green men fresh out of boot camp along with his sergeant and officers to start their first tour in Afghanistan. All men are gung ho, fresh out of boot camp, all waiting for the experiences they had long thought about. They find themselves fighting battle after battle alongside other marines, U.S. Army troops, NATO soldiers, and Afghan Army and security police. These battles are hard fought, sometimes with disastrous endings, other times coming out on top. Corporal Peters brings his men thru it all and earns their respect, a tribute to their fighting ability and love of their country.

Action-packed from start to finish, Bootprints Across Afghanistan puts brave soldiers into many scenarios that are probably experienced day after day by American troops in Afghanistan. A riveting read, readers will find themselves on the battlefield as they experience action, danger and adventure with the soldiers who are fighting for their country.

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Bootprints Across Afghanistan * by Charles F. David
Publication Date: May 24, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 189 pages; 978-1-4500-9165-7
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 189 pages; 978-1-4500-9166-4
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