Another five-star customer review of my book, Three Days In August: A U.S. Army Special Forces Soldier’s Fight For Military Justice, appeared yesterday on the book’s page at Amazon.com.
The review begins this way:
“I have read every word in Bob McCarty’s 283-page barn-burner, ‘Three Days in August,’ featuring a military trial gone a muck where one of America’s finest Special Forces service men was falsely painted as a monster of perversion, hard sex torture, physical violence and subjected to a tainted trial by Americans in a venue where he should have found true justice, but didn’t come close to getting it.”
It ends this way:
“I strongly recommend this book. Parents should place a copy in the hands of any child leaving home to serve in the military. This account just might give one pause before straying off the straight and narrow.”
To read the “meat” in the middle of this book review “sandwich,” click here.
Attend my next book-signing event Saturday, May 19, 1 to 3 p.m., at Barnes & Noble in St. Peters, Mo. Details here.