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Sangria

by:
Hal Huth (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-3758-9 ©2007
Price: $20.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 433 pages
Category/Subject: FICTION / War & Military

An action-packed story about U.S. involvement in Central America, following the escapades of several key members of the U.S. Army performing advisor and support duties in Matagorda’s fight with Progresivo insurgents.

Abstract:
Sangria depicts everyday actions in Matagorda, a country in Central America fighting a civil war with insurgent Progresivo forces. A foreign-aid agreement with the United States brings advisors and supporting military units into Matagorda to help battle the insurgency. The scenario follows the lives of members of the U.S. military establishment into battles against rebel troops in which local units of the Matagordan Army and Marine Corps are involved. Actions involve day-to-day experiences of men such as PFC Michaels, Major Hatten, and General Hamilton. There is a mix of live battle actions and interactions between Matagordans and Americans.

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Customer Reviews

  Thumbs Up for Sangria , 07/02/2007
Reviewer: Richard M. Hardcourt
I have read many military action novels, but Sangria really hits the mark. It offers intrigue and action, coupled with everyday activities such as those experienced by troops in the field. Hearty congratulations to Hal Huth. Richard M. Hardcourt, Col, USA-Ret

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  Recommended reading. , 11/07/2007
Reviewer:
Sangria is a great story; well done. Military accounts and battle descriptions are authentic and very realistic. I highly recommend this Hal Huth novel. Robert Bernstein, Maj Gen, US Army-Ret.

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