Rules of EngagementeBook - 1984
The son of a celebrated journalist searches for the truth to his father's dark past. Everyone knows Hawkins is not the reporter his father, a famous war correspondent, was. Hawkins's fondness for drink disqualifies him from the kind of reporting that is his birthright. But with a father like his, the newspaper cannot let him go. Instead, the board has asked him to write a biography of his father, a fluff project designed to keep Hawkins out of trouble. But the assignment leads to unsuspected, shocking revelations. Hawkins's father made his name as a war correspondent in Vietnam, where terrible secrets still remain buried. When Hawkins digs into the story of one raid, a skirmish that produced four heroes, a future president among them the horrible truth he discovers will change his life forever.
Publisher: New York, NY : Open Road Integrated Media, ©1984
Characteristics: 1 online resource