Books by Philip Keith

Released: Oct. 29, 2013

"A respectful account of a battle that was 'a perfect microcosm of what the Vietnam War was becoming in the early days of Vietnamization.'"
The propulsive history of American soldiers under siege in the last days of the Vietnam War. Read full book review >
Released: Feb. 11, 2012

"Military buffs will take it in stride, but Americans accustomed to 30 years of campaigns in which a single soldier's death is news and more than one makes the front page will squirm to read that in the typical war, men die en masse."
A fine, precisely detailed record of an obscure but nasty battle in Vietnam in which heroism was forgotten even more quickly than the war itself. Read full book review >