Synopses & Reviews
The last great secret of the Vietnam War is revealed in a gripping book that is the culmination of efforts for which the authors received a Pulitzer Prize for investigative
reporting. TIGER FORCE is the searing story of a group of elite army soldiers in Vietnam who spun dangerously out of control and went on a horrific seven-month rampage. It is also the story of how these crimes, buried by the army for decades, at last came to light through the heroic persistence of a few individuals who could not forget.
In the spirit of the smash bestsellers "Flyboys" and "Black Hawk Down," "Tiger Force" puts readers in the middle of overwhelming military action and turmoil, telling the story of unspeakable atrocity and unquestionable heroism.
About the Author
Michael Sallah and Mitch Weiss were co-authors of the Toledo Blade?s remarkable series on the Tiger Force massacre. Together, they won the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for their Tiger Force stories. Sallah currently is the investigations editor for the Miami Herald. Weiss is now an editor with the Charlotte Observer.