Baghdad Blues

Baghdad Blues

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Meet Sergeant Mario Alvarado and his squad. When they signed up, each of them knew that active-duty military service in Iraq would push them to their physical, mental, and emotional limits. What they didn't count on was having their mettle tested again when they came home. When the sergeant meets embedded reporter Dana Jensen, he falls for her almost immediately. But in the chaos and confusion of life in war-torn Baghdad, they lose touch until their paths cross again in Washington, DC. Privates Jake Nevitzky and David Jonson, boyhood friends, deploy to Iraq for two tours together. But when they return home, the heroes' welcome they expected is threatened by family problems and haunting memories of their time in the desert. Private Shana Fenton is a woman who must learn how to be one of the guys in the squad. She serves with valor and honor-but will she go unrecognized because of her gender? Baghdad Blues is a sweeping story of the toll war takes on the men and women who have served in Iraq-and the unexpected challenges and triumphs they experience once reunited with their family, friends, and more

Product details

  • Paperback | 150 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 8mm | 209g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508454272
  • 9781508454274

About Laszlo Hajdu

Laszlo Hajdu was born in Hungary in 1963. He fled to Austria from Communist oppression when he was twenty-four years old. After living in Vienna for two years, the author immigrated to the United States and now resides in Los Angeles, California. "Baghdad Blues" is his third more