C. H. Williamson Draws from Special Forces Experience in Vietnam for New Novel

‘Don’t Mean Nothin’” gives war a face, speaks to futility of war.

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humanizing soldiers and giving readers a stark look into the reality they faced. “If you disagree with your government’s decision to go to war, take it out on your politicians, not the soldiers that were simply sent to fight

MARIETTA, Ga. (PRWEB) June 13, 2013

In “Don't Mean Nothin'” (published by AuthorHouse), author and veteran C.H. Williamson’s new novel, readers gain a soldier’s perspective on a secret unit of the United States military during the Vietnam War.

Williamson lends his experience as a war veteran to “Don't Mean Nothin'.” He includes details about the secret military unit in the book, showing how it was formed, how it planned and conducted its operations and how both U.S. and foreign soldiers fought and died in a covert war that never made the headlines.

An excerpt from “Don't Mean Nothin'”:

“As they formed up and began moving back into the jungle, the smoke was just beginning to clear in what was left of the camp. Burning hoochs, explosions from the demo charges and the body parts and viscera strewn everywhere, testified to the total carnage evident in the site. The sickly sweet smell of death, mixed with the faint smell of Tear Gas, cordite and burned wood was everywhere, and the scent of burned human flesh floated on the early morning breeze as it blew calmly across the quiet gorge.”

Williamson tells very personal stories in “Don’t Mean Nothin’,” humanizing soldiers and giving readers a stark look into the reality they faced. “If you disagree with your government’s decision to go to war, take it out on your politicians, not the soldiers that were simply sent to fight,” he says.

Don't Mean Nothin'
By Col. C.H. Williamson
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 328 pages | ISBN 9781481703116
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 328 pages | ISBN 9781481703123
E-Book | ISBN 9781481703109
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Col. C.H. Williamson served 28 years in the U.S. Army, the majority of it in Special Forces, where he planned and conducted real world special operations. He is a graduate of The Citadel and the War College, and he is married with two grown daughters. In addition to “Don't Mean Nothin'” Williamson is the author of 14 other novels.

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