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James Strauss Writes Gripping “Fiction”

James Strauss Writes Gripping “Fiction”

I had the privilege of meeting
James Strauss 47 years ago
as he left the Marine Corps.

James had a story to share that kept me on edge
regarding his experiences in Vietnam

He then has since written many short stories and several novels, The Mastodon Series, Vol 1, The Boy was a a sellout first edition
The Boy, The Mastodons, Book IThe Boy, The Mastodons, Book I by James Strauss
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Boy offers a unique insight into social impact, discrimination and superstition through the eyes of a young boy in pre-history times. Being banished from his tribe allows him to mature with the help of relationships with animals.
This book is the first of a series of 5.

Looking forward to reading the others.

I enjoy reading the many short stories published by author James Strauss

He has recently started a new “fiction” accounting of his harrowing experiences in Vietnam
30 Days has September

The First Ten Days: Thirty Days Has September has received huge reviews on Amazon.
Available both Digital and Paperback.

 Amazon review:
I am a Vietnam vet and have probably read about 50 Vietnam novels. Thirty Days Has September is the best of them all. Many, many Vietnam books or novels are very interesting, but not terribly well written. James Strauss has made a quantum leap with this book. It is riveting, you won’t be able to put down. The only other war novel that comes close, is Catch-22. If Vietnam had a Catch-22, this is it.😎⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️[/box]

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