The Price of Honor

The Price of Honor David H. Hackworth
  • Title: The Price of Honor
  • Author: David H. Hackworth
  • ISBN: 9780425205396
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Price of Honor David H. Hackworth The Price of Honor U S Army Special Forces Captain Sandy Caine doesn t know that what happened to his father who cracked under fire in Vietnam and has grown into a thirty year legacy of silence and deception perpetrated
    U.S Army Special Forces Captain Sandy Caine doesn t know that what happened to his father who cracked under fire in Vietnam and has grown into a thirty year legacy of silence and deception perpetrated by the most powerful players in Washington Because in times of war, the first casualty is truth And truth is the only thing that can set Sandy Caine free if it doesn t kiU.S Army Special Forces Captain Sandy Caine doesn t know that what happened to his father who cracked under fire in Vietnam and has grown into a thirty year legacy of silence and deception perpetrated by the most powerful players in Washington Because in times of war, the first casualty is truth And truth is the only thing that can set Sandy Caine free if it doesn t kill him first.
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    About David H. Hackworth


    1. Colonel David Haskell Hackworth, also known as Hack , was a highly decorated soldier, having received 24 decorations for heroism in combat from the Distinguished Service Cross to the Army Commendation Medal He was a prominent military journalist During his time as a journalist, Hackworth investigated many subjects, including an assertion into the accused improper wearing of ribbons and devices by Admiral Mike Boorda, an investigation which is speculated to have driven Boorda to committing suicide.Hackworth is also known for his role in the creation and command of Tiger Force, a military unit formed during the Vietnam War to apply guerrilla warfare tactics to the fight against Vietnamese guerrillas.


    667 Comments


    1. Nice plot just poorly developed The narrative hiccupped.

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    2. THE PRICE OF HONOR by David H Hackworth, a gift to my husband a few years back and found on our bookshelf caught my eye While a military suspense is typically not a woman s read, I enjoy this genre This is a tale of a family tradition of military service, war and the tragedy of patriotism and sacrifice entangled with political power and, yes the tragedy of secrecy and hidden truths And of course, corruption and greed.Colonel Hackworth penned a great opening grabbing me with good scene setting an [...]

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    3. Entertaining military political thriller by first time novelist Col David Hackworth, a highly decorated retired Army officer Hackworth has good insight into the behind the scenes machinations of military contracting and political maneuvering His personal bias comes through clearly in his themes He supports the soldiers in the field and upbraids the top brass and politicians who, due to personal ambition or greed, betray the troops they are entrusted to serve Captain Sandy Taylor uncovers a consp [...]

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    4. A fast paced, enjoyable read Some of the characters and plot elements are reminiscent of W.E.B Griffin s Presidential Agent series It would have been interesting to see if David Hackworth intended this novel as the start of a series.Recommended for fans of WEB Griffin and unconventional warfare.

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    5. Special Forces Captain Alexander Sandy Caine and reporter Abbie Mancini keep meeting in hot spots around the world While in Somolia, Sandy learns from a soldier who knew his father in Viet Nam that his father might not have died the inglorious death he was led to believe occurred He sets out to learn the truth and maintain the family honor.

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    6. Military novel USA Special Forces Captain Sandy Caine travels from Mogadishu to Sarajevo to Montana and finds love with reporter Abbie Mancini as he tries to find the truth about his father killed and dishonored in Viet Nam.

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    7. I really enjoy military thrillers, and this one did not disappoint I really enjoyed this story.

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