Frederick, MD, April 18, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- PublishAmerica is proud to present A View from Iraq by Elmer L. Snow, III of Piegon Forge, Tennessee. A View from Iraq relates the untold stories of several members of the United States Armed Forces and civilian support personnel whose personal acts and bravery were not previously reported.
In 2003 Elmer L. Snow, III was contacted by Halliburton Corporation to provide personal protection services during the reconstruction of Iraq. As a security coordinator with KBR, a Halliburton subsidiary, Snow worked in numerous high-risk positions throughout Iraq, including Mosul, Baghdad, Tikrit, Balad, and culminating at Camp Anaconda. Snow has taken his firsthand observations and experiences to share with those who have served in Iraq, had families who served, or who want an unbiased view of actual conditions. After surviving roadside attacks, and well over 150 incoming mortar attacks, he has something to tell.
Elmer L. Snow, III is a retired detective sergeant from the Prince George’s County, Maryland, Police Department. After retiring from police work he’s served as an executive bodyguard, newspaper reporter, elected mayor, private investigator, and a security coordinator in Iraq for Halliburton Corporation.
Snow previously authored Overkill - A Detective’s Story, and Revenge Served Cold, both published by PublishAmerica. By changing his genre from fiction to non-fiction, he’s proud to say that in this work, A View from Iraq, he’s able to write from his heart as well as his mind.