Books by Phillip Jennings

GOODBYE MEXICO by Phillip Jennings
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 3, 2007

"Jennings is still no threat to Christopher Buckley, and he's a little too long-winded, but amusing."
The heroes from Jennings's whimsical 2005 Nam-A-Rama pop up in mid-1970s Mexico, where the president's life is on the line and the world's prostitutes have revolution on the brain. Read full book review >
NAM-A-RAMA by Phillip Jennings
Released: March 1, 2005

"Veterans and military fans may be entertained, but the general audience will likely founder on the whimsy."
Tall tales of the flying war in Vietnam mix successfully, for the most part, with adventures both amusing and hair-raising in Southeast Asia. Read full book review >