The many characters in The Remains of the Corps come alive!
The bestselling edition of The Remains of the Corps is the E-book, which was a real shock to this Baby Boomer.
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.
THE REMAINS OF THE CORPS: IVY & THE CROSSING, An Illustrated Novel- PAPERBACK
THE REMAINS OF THE CORPS: IVY & THE CROSSING
Now available in a beautifully designed E-book.
THE REMAINS OF THE CORPS, VOLUME I: IVY & THE CROSSING, An Illustrated Novel- PAPER COVER
THE REMAINS OF THE CORPS, VOLUME I: IVY & THE CROSSING, An Illustrated Novel - HARDCOVER "DELUXE EDITION"
“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
I have written Volume I of the first-ever multi-generational account of a Marine Corps family.
It is an epic story!
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