Author Roger Weis’ new book “Marissa’s Secret” is a controversial, time-bending story about a young college student drafted to serve as a reporter in the Vietnam War

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Recent release “Marissa’s Secret” from Page Publishing author Roger Weis is a thought-provoking novel about Christopher Matthews, a young college student drafted to be a reporter in Vietnam during the Vietnam War in the 1960s, moving forth between biblical times and the 1960s.

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Roger Weis, who completed his doctorate at the University of Kentucky and was a professor at Murray State University, has completed his new book “Marissa’s Secret”: a gripping and potent story about an aimless young college student thrust into a new world.

Published by Page Publishing, Roger Weis’ controversial tale is a thought-provoking novel that moves back and forth between biblical times and the 1960s, concluding in more recent times on the campus of Princeton’s Theological Seminary. Prior to being drafted to serve as a reporter in Vietnam, Christopher Matthews was a typical young college student with few worries and even fewer insights into who he was and where his life was headed, aimlessly drifting through life. The war changed all that, and he would never be the same. Christopher’s search for purpose and truth would take him on a journey of mystery, religion, love, academia, politics, and crime, all wrapped into one explosive piece of fiction.

Readers who wish to experience this gripping work can purchase “Marissa’s Secret” 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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