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1989 1st year edition; Paladin Press publishers, Boulder, Colorado; hardbound in black boards with bold silver stamp lettering along spine; very good condition with unmarked pages; dust jacket quite good with very minor small fold on top - see pic.

 

From dust jacket -

In Cambodia in 1973, you couldn't tell the players with a scorecard.  There were of course the Cambodian government, the Khmer Rouge, and the Americans.  That was the easy part.  Behind the scenes, it was whispered that Cambodia was run by a mysterious gangster known as "The Chinaman" - and what about the rogue Cambodian brigade which, having been betrayed and cut off by its own government, went freelance, and some said cannibal, to get revenge?

 

Trying to sort this all out, survive, and maybe even make a little money and a reputation in this war-torn country are the Roadrunners: Sam Michaels, contract stringer for a major television network; his French girlfriend, the photographer Claudine Pierpoli, whose affair with Sam endangered more than just his heart; Ty Stoneman, the screaming freak freelance photog, the greatest war photographer of his generation; and Marty Satterfield, the ex-Green Beret gone soldier of fortune to fight alongside his beloved Montagnards...

 

Road Runners, Combat Journalists in Cambodia by Haney Howell

SKU: BS110p
$22.00Price