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Surprise!

The bestselling edition is the E-book which was a real shock to this Baby Boomer. 

ERRATA

Leatherneck -- the "Magazine of the Marines" -- generously included a review of The Remains of the Corps in the March 2020 issue.  It was an extremely positive review from one of their long-standing reviewers.  However, there were a few factual errors included in the review that Leatherneck has corrected in the online edition.  They will also include the corrections in the April print issue.


The most significant error is that the reviewer confused the military service and academic credentials of the fictional author / protagonist (Will Remain) with my military service and academic credentials.  He credited me with earning both the Silver and Bronze stars, as well as obtaining a master's degree in creative writing from Boston University.  To be perfectly clear: (1) I did serve as a lieutenant in Vietnam, but my contributions to the Corps were much more modest; I earned no medals for gallantry. (2) I do have a master's degree, but it is in professional accounting.


If you are a Marine -- or a fan / supporter of Marines -- and you do not subscribe to Leatherneck, you are missing out on a terrific read.  Click on LINKS to find out how to subscribe.


-- Tom Hebert 

  

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The Remains of the Corps was written by Tom Hebert, a "literary blacksmith," whose hammers, tongs, and chisels -- including a lengthy self-education in the literary arts, an intense passion, and a fierce persistence -- are shaping the iron wrought by many years of extensive research. Tom's literary role model is Anton Myrer, author of Once an Eagle.


Tom, the son of a former Marine sergeant who served on Iwo Jima, was born in Springfield, Massachusetts.  He enlisted in the Marines in 1968 and served in Vietnam in 1970 and 1971 as a First Lieutenant.  He is a Certified Public Accountant by vocation.  His avocation is writing and researching on military matters.  He is married, the father of two, and the grandfather of five.

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THE REMAINS OF THE CORPS: IVY & THE CROSSING, An Illustrated Novel- PAPERBACK

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 THE REMAINS OF THE CORPS, VOLUME I: IVY & THE CROSSING, An Illustrated Novel- PAPER COVER

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 THE REMAINS OF THE CORPS, VOLUME I: IVY & THE CROSSING, An Illustrated Novel - HARDCOVER "DELUXE EDITION"

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New! The Remains of the Corps is now available in a beautifully designed E-book...

Including every illustration & portrait! It is only $9.95 and, if you enjoy the book so much that you want a print copy, I will send you  a $5.00 cash rebate when you order the print version.  Order your E-book at:


KOBO: https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/the-remains-of-the-corps 


AMAZON: https://www.amazon.com/Remains-Corps-Ivy-Crossing-ebook/dp/B082C2FGC7/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=%22the+remains+of+the+corps%22&qid=1575554113&sr=8-1


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The Remains of the Corps, Volume I: Ivy & The Crossing


“They passed on a chance to be fanciful,

Choosing instead to be dutiful.

They tried, and they cried,

And eventually died,

Believing war had made 

their lives meaningful.”

               - Lawrence Blakeslee


Contact Us

You can reach E G & A Publishing or Will Remain at:

E G & A Publishing

PO Box 226, Agawam, Massachusetts 01001, United States