Book signing of “Legacy of War”

November 8, 2019

Ed Marohn will Read, Sign New Novel at Country Bookshelf
Idaho author will debut book and discuss wars’ post impact on vets

Bozeman, MT: Author Ed Marohn will discuss his new book, Legacy of War, on Tuesday, November 20, 2019 at 6:00 pm at Country Bookshelf, 28 W. Main St. in downtown Bozeman, MT. Ed served in the Vietnam War as a US Army captain in the 101st Airborne Division commanding a combat unit along the A Shau Valley, providing credibility to the story. The novel’s setting is 30 years after the war ended. The idea for writing the book germinated in 2009 when he returned to modern day Vietnam. It took ten years to write.

The novel is an action-adventure which begins when a new patient triggers Psychologist John Moore’s traumatic memories of his last days of the Vietnam War. Moore is forced to return to modern-day Vietnam, a journey confronting his past war demons: the dying on the killing fields, a rogue CIA agent, corrupt South Vietnamese Army officers, the father he never knew, and the war’s perverted killing machine—the Phoenix Program. In the decaying jungles he fights his anguish compounded by his wife’s death and his growing  attraction to a national police agent.

Legacy of War  is a well-researched and tightly-plotted novel that will have readers turning the pages to find out (how) a decades long plot for revenge turns out.”  The Booklife Prize  review 2019

For more information about Ed’s book, to inquire about a review copy, or to schedule an interview, please contact Ed Marohn at 208-419-7345 or at ecmida@silverstar.com or visit his web site at www.writingsfromed.com .