Author Jeffery Tracey Sr.’s new book “Friendly Fire: A Vietnam Veteran’s Story” is a poignant tale based on the life, service, and struggles of his brother, Alan Tracey

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Recent release “Friendly Fire: A Vietnam Veteran’s Story” from Page Publishing author Jeffery Tracey Sr. is an evocative work inspired by the lived experience of a rebellious seventeen-year-old who is sent to the Army in the hopes that he would find the discipline for a successful life after service. After suffering serious injuries only a few months into his tour of duty, eighteen-year-old Alan Tracey must navigate a life irreparably changed by the Vietnam War.

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Jeffery Tracey Sr., a great-grandfather who lives in Pearland, Texas with his wife, Debra after a long career in the US Postal Service, has completed his new book “Friendly Fire: A Vietnam Veteran’s Story”: a true story illuminating the real, life-altering challenges faced by a young American soldier after his return from a disastrous war.

“Friendly Fire: A Vietnam Veteran’s Story” is based on a true story. It is a gripping veteran’s story of how the Vietnam War impacted a seventeen-year-old and his family. It tells about a boy’s rebellious acts against his father, how his rebelliousness led him down the path to being sent to the military, and how he became an enlisted soldier in the army during the height of the Vietnam War.

It tells how a seventeen-year-old boy deals with his emotions of being sent to Vietnam. It tells about how soldiers react when met with the enemy in Vietnam.

It then tells of the struggles he faced when he returned back home to the States, the bouts of great depression he faced, and the inner strength he had to have to overcome his depression. “Friendly Fire: A Vietnam Vet’s Story is based on one soldier’s story about the Vietnam War and how it affected him and his family.

Published by Page Publishing, Jeffery Tracey Sr.’s engrossing book is an excellent read for anyone interested in the real emotional and physical fallout from the Vietnam War.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Friendly Fire: A Vietnam Veteran’s Story” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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