3 Books Published by Northland Publishing Company on Our Site — Book Cover Mosaic

Click for more detail about A Long Way Back by J. Everett Prewitt A Long Way Back

by J. Everett Prewitt
Northland Publishing Company (Oct 07, 2015)
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When a reporter for the Washington Post sees a group of wounded, half-starved, black troops disembark from a helicopter in Cu Chi during the height of the Vietnam War, he senses a story but receives no cooperation from the army or the soldiers. The men, mostly noncombat soldiers, are the remnant of a squad sent on an illegal mission to Cambodia as punishment for their participation in a race riot at Cu Chi base camp. Led by a battle-fatigued sergeant, they fall under enemy fire. Their leader inexplicably disappears, leaving the ill-prepared soldiers to fight the jungle and enemy on their own. Although forced to confront the shock of combat and a deteriorating family life, the reporter pursues the story hoping to uncover the truth about what happened to those soldiers in the jungle. An intriguing glimpse into the Vietnam War, A Long Way Back is a tense journey merging the lives of the soldiers and the reporter as they struggle to overcome their fear and face the battles they must fight to survive.


Click for more detail about Something About Ann by J. Everett Prewitt Something About Ann

by J. Everett Prewitt
Northland Publishing Company (Oct 07, 2015)
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The novella, Something About Ann, and the short stories follow a group of soldiers who faced a traumatic experience in Vietnam and remain close after returning to the States. Violence and turmoil continue to haunt the soldiers as they try to normalize their lives. Sometimes relying on the help of each other, and sometimes relying on the skills they’ve gained in combat, most prevail.


Click for more detail about Snake Walkers by J. Everett Prewitt Snake Walkers

by J. Everett Prewitt
Northland Publishing Company (Jul 01, 2015)
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In his first novel, J. Everett Prewitt brings us a gripping story of violence and transformation in a small Arkansas community during the early 1960s. Traumatized as a child after witnessing a murder, Anthony Andrews, the first black reporter at the Arkansas Sun, seeks to solve the mysterious abandonment of a small town and the disappearance of fourteen white men.  His investigation leads him from rural Arkansas to Cleveland, Ohio as he tries to uncover a family secret kept hidden for over a decade. The closer he gets to truth, the more questions he has about himself.  His quest not only reveals the true identity of people he has met along the way, but also points Anthony toward a path that leads to his own salvation.




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