Santa Ana, CA, February 20, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Bu Ku Kilo provides a projected glimpse into the lives of army veterans as they fought and died in a controversial bloody conflict that took the lives of over a million Vietnamese people and 58,000 American soldiers. In the end, America left in disgrace.
Although the soldiers fought valiantly and destroyed tens of thousands of the Viet Cong (VC) and North Viet Nam Regulars (NVA), in the end, the United State's political will crumbled as Nixon just got the soldiers out. Many vets have said it was a sad home coming and even now 44 years later the scars are still there says the author.
“Read my story. You will be enlightened at the events that took place. It may help you understand or get over the cross you may still be carrying on your bleeding shoulders,” the author says.
Bu Ku Kilo is available in both print and ebook versions.
Bu Ku Kilo
Author: Art De Groot
Published: October 2012
About The Author:
Art De Groot was born in North West Iowa in 1942. He earned an Associate's Degree in Electronic Technology in early 1963 from DeVry Technology School. In 1965, Art was drafted into the US Army and was then given his orders as he was shipped to Viet Nam in September of 1967, with a rank of E-3. This is the setting for Bu Ku Kilo.
After Viet Nam Art was discharged from active duty and joined his wife, Joy and daughter, Tammy in Seal Beach California. Art worked as an electronic technician for National Cash Register for a couple of years, followed by a 40 year career in Real Estate as a broker, property manager and a developer in Orange County California. Presently he is retired but still operates a small residential rental operation.
Art and his wife Joy enjoy traveling the Pacific Northwest and Midwest yearly as well as their yearly summer vacations with the family.
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Art De Groot
Bu Ku Kilo is available for purchase online through the author’s website, from the publisher, Amazon.com, BN.com, and other online retailers. Bookstores should contact Ingram for wholesale orders.