About the Books

Dyin’s Easy

By Gary Prisk

Team #7

The world’s richest bankers are killing Special Service British Commandos to keep their currency arbitrage plans a secret. By raiding the stocks of Germany’s most prosperous industrial companies, Keppler’s Circle of Friends intend to elevate Heinrich Himmler to Chancellor, and rid Germany of Adolf Hitler.

Captain Edward Hardin is their last obstacle.




Digger, Dogface, Brownjob, Grunt

By Gary Prisk

Digger, Dogface, Brownjob, Grunt is the short result of twenty years of rewrites, slanderous edits, rogue commas, bomb-happy em dashes, and forty-grit dialogue. Laugh and cry as you might, Digger, Dogface,… was written for, and is dedicated to, those who love and support the warriors left standing, and those who cherish the memory of a loved-one lost.

Two pictures to help you laugh while you’re crying. (Black Humor 101)

A platoon sergeant is tied to a bamboo pole and loaded on a Huey to start his R&R. declaring that the author was going home in a rubber bag.

The Recon Platoon Leader sent a kangaroo skin postcard from Australia declaring that the author was going home in a rubber bag.










Take a full-immersion dip into the hellhole of 1960’s Vietnam. Crawl inside the head of Lt. Edward Hardin and walk the tightrope between sanity and surreal reality. Then close the book thanking it wasn’t you. You will finish this book a different person than the one who started it.

Inside the mind, inside the chaos, inside the war. The lucid prose depicts Vietnam with a merciful dose of gripping realism as characters and events penetrate the lives of readers, making this a memorable and powerfully written account. Although a “novel,” the book reflects the thoughts of a Viet Nam Platoon Leader/Company Czaptain who served in country from 1967-68. You’ll laugh, cry and remember the good times with your similar years in the service. Iraq, Afghanistan, Vietnam: if you want to understand, you need to read this book. A well-written and a great “read,” you’ll be better for having read it.