The Vietnam Trilogy Tells a Realistic Story of War in Three Riveting Plays

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Three stories of war – about those who went missing those who returned and those trying to make sense of it all – are told with realism in The Vietnam Trilogy.


Pompano Beach, FL, US., April 17, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint) - The Vietnam Trilogy, a new historical fiction by author and Vietnam veteran Walter C. Kuhlman, gives a realistic and dramatic glimpse inside the struggles during and after the war. The newly released book is published by Outskirts Press.

The Vietnam Trilogy unfolds in three riveting plays. Survivor is the story of a man who makes it through the intense combat in Vietnam only to be relentlessly haunted by the experience and racked with guilt, years after returning home. The war still exists within him as he goes down a precipitous path of self-destruction.

The Innocents of War tells the story of the family of a soldier who is missing in action, whose uncertain fate plays out on each family member differently over the 20-plus years after his disappearance. In the end, harsh reality takes a surprising twist.

Rap depicts combat veterans struggling to sort out their lives, years after their return home. Through group therapy, they try to make sense of readjusting from the combat zone to civilian life. For many of the men, it’s difficult – for some, it’s impossible.

There is a complex tapestry woven from the characters in each play, showing how war can affect each individual emotionally, mentally and physically. Veterans will be able to relate to the aftereffects of combat, and those who haven’t experienced it will walk away with a clearer understanding of the impact of the war experience on both the soldiers and their families. The Vietnam Trilogy presents a realistic view of the men who fought, the ones who died, and the ones who were psychologically scarred by the war.

The Vietnam Trilogy is available online in paperback through Outskirts Press at www.outskirtspress.com/bookstore. The book is sold through Amazon and Barnes and Noble for a maximum trade discount in quantities of 10 or more. The book is being aggressively promoted to appropriate markets with a focus on the fiction, history, military and Vietnam War categories.

ISBN: 978-1-4787-2412-4                         Format: 8.25 x 11 paperback                  Retail: $19.95  

Genre: Fiction/History/Military/Vietnam War

For more information about The Vietnam Trilogy, visit the book page at the author’s webpage, www.OutskirtsPress.com/thevietnamtrilogy.

About the Author: Walter C. Kuhlman served in Vietnam with the U.S. Army in 1967-68 as a gunner on a Quad .50. He was awarded the Bronze Star w/“v” device, the Silver Service Star (in lieu of five Bronze Stars), and the Vietnamese Gallantry Cross. Like many other vets, he suffers from the affects of Agent Orange Dioxin Poisoning. Born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, he maintains a residence there but spends most of his time in Pompano Beach, Fla. Kuhlman is a lifetime member of the Vietnam Veterans of America and the Disabled American Veterans. He is also a member of the Dramatist Guild.

About Outskirts Press, Inc.: Outskirts Press offers full-service, custom self-publishing and book marketing services for authors seeking a cost-effective, fast, and flexible way to publish and distribute their books worldwide while retaining all their rights and full creative control. Available for authors globally at www.outskirtspress.com and located on the outskirts of Denver, Colorado, Outskirts Press, Inc. represents the future of book publishing, today.


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