**The #1 Anticipated Fiction Release of the Veteran Community**
'Killing Jane Fonda flicks on the switch of a long-neglected kitchen at midnight, the sudden blaze, indicts the scattering cockroaches for what they were, or rather for what they are, a pestilence.' -C.D. SUTHERLAND, THE DRAGONEERS
Reminiscent of Bryan Burrough's Days of Rage, Killing Jane Fonda Book One is an appetizer for a full course dinner with a dessert every veteran has craved since 1972.
From Henry's American darling to a Veteran's disdain, Killing Jane Fonda doesn't simply sketch the life of a starlet but explores an evolution along her road to perdition.
Punctuated in a series, Book One confronts Fonda and the analogous of a similar orbit, each of them intersecting the trials, losses, and pain of others upon which they've cast their contempt.
'An Intricately Researched Work of Historical Fiction, KillingJane Fonda, Peels Back a Scab on American History'
A Navy wife learns her husband is listed missing somewhere in North Vietnam and must deal with violent anti-war activists at her door, her son oblivious to his father's fate.
CombatVeteran Larry Grathwohl returns home from Vietnam to a thankless city, realizing a coming battle on the streets of America threatens everything he represents.
'Killing Jane Fonda confronts America's enemies, the seedy counterculture of pro-communist Americans, their dirty secrets, debauchery and dark psycho-sexual motivations.'
San Francisco police officer Brian V. McDonnell begins his shift eager for the results of a police association vote, but a Weather Underground bomb placed on the ledge of his office window amasses a deadly carnage.
Another explosion rocks a city, this time in Greenwich Village startling rape victim Donna Ron. She seeks out the local FBI, as she'd seen her curly haired assailant, radical leftist Bill Ayers earlier in the week.
'A Fascinating Tale of a Tumultuous Time, to Understand What's Happening Today, you Need to Know What Happened Yesterday.'