NEW! from WAYNE E. JOHNSON
Three Faces of Horror
• An eleven-year-old boy, fixated on horror comics
and monsters, finds his recurring nightmares become reality with devastating results for his abusive, alcoholic stepfather and, ultimately, for him.
• A young man joins a traveling circus to escape a horror from his recent past, but discovers there are some horrors from which escape is impossible.
• A strange spider bites a divorced father on a weekend outing with his young son and, on Halloween, his son finds he has more to fear than costumed ghouls and goblins when he arrives at Dad’s for trick-or-treating.
Laugh-out-loud moments and clever comebacks...funny and
profound. Johnson's GIs have some hilarious scenes. —Publisher’s Weekly
A modern version of M*A*S*H and Catch 22 et al.
Funny and crisp.
—Ed Marohn, Windy City Reviews
Johnson has written an honest and entertaining book about
a subject that has not drawn a lot of attention: What were we up to in Korea during the Vietnam War? This interesting book
answers that question and does so with humor and clarity. —Books in Review, Vietnam Veterans
Packed with intense, powerful and dramatic scenes
and moments that will have the reader smiling or
laughing out loud.
Humor and believable characters...the author pulls
them together...9.25 out of 10!
—Publisher’s Weekly Booklife Prize in Fiction
—Lt. Col. Harold G. Walker. USMC (Ret.)
Author, The Grotto: Phu Bai
Very well done and so much that is not verbalized
comes through on many levels. I hope it is widely read.
—Marilyn Huntman Giese, Author, The Eye
of God and When the World Changed
The Militarized Zone: What Did You Do
in the Army, Grandpa?
Wayne E. Johnson
In the spirit of M*A*S*H and Good Morning, Vietnam, this predominantly humorous tale is told by Will Jensen, a twenty-three year old college grad, musician, and business owner, intent on getting
through life having a good time without bothering
others. In 1969 he’s drafted but determined to make his time in the military pleasant. His determination is tested at Eighth Army Headquarters in Seoul. Korea, where he experiences love and loss, joy and tragedy, and gets a true education about life.