“As a soldier who served several tours in Iraq, I found Rainer’s War to be very refreshing and well worth the read. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to explore the potentials of how a war can start, and how and why young men and women are asked to risk their lives.” – Sgt. Joel Morgan, U.S. Army
“This book will give readers a prospective of one of the many possibilities that could have gone on with regard to the Iraq war, but if nothing else, the action and the mystery make it a good read. It would definitely give the public something to think about and the reason to get involved civilly in our democracy.” – Michael Walsh, U.S. Navy
The reviews are in and the soldiers have spoken! Rainer’s War is an explosive novel about a Marine serving in Iraq who has a lot of questions. Chuck Rainer questions why the U.S. invaded in the first place, because things just don’t add up. It’s just too much for him to accept all the soldiers around him being killed without a good reason. After his discharge from the service, ex-Marine Rainer runs for Congress, and in effect, starts his own war to get answers.
RAINER’S WAR (ISBN: 978-1-62516-074-4) is now available for $17.97 and can be ordered through the publisher’s website:
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About the Author: First-time author Gary Sullivan grew up in Boston and now lives on Cape Cod. He is a retired trade unionist. He graduated from the University of Massachusetts and from the Harvard University Trade Union Program. A sequel is planned.