The novel traces the life of Jack Moran from a Boston Irish ghetto, to the military, a post-retirement job; and resident of a home for elderly persons, where he passes on. Jack has a secret of which he is saddened. It happened in Vietnam when he accidentally shot and killed a Vietnamese family. The novel begins with a part discussion of the incident and concludes with details of the full incident. Throughout the book, Jack tells of many experiences, some humorous and some tragic.
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Jack Fay is a former Special Agent, US Army Criminal Intelligence Division (CID); Chief of Standards, Georgia Peace Officers and Training Council; Chief of Plans and Training, Georgia Bureau of Investigation; Director, National Crime Prevention Institute, University of Louisville; Director, Corporate Security, the Charter Company; Security Manager, British Petroleum; and Adjunct Professor at three universities; author of 12 commercially published non-fiction books. Mr. Fay holds the Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, and the Master of Business Administration degree at the University of Hawaii.
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