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Mustered out of the Marine Corps in 1967, Philip Caputo went on to a prize-winning career as a journalist, covering the war in Beirut and the fall of Saigon before leaving the Chicago Tribune to devote himself to writing full-time. His novels are Horn of Africa, DelCorso's Gallery, Indian Country and Equation for Evil. He is also the author of a collection of novellas, Exiles, and two volumes of memoir, A Rumor of War and Means of Escape. A contributing editor for Esquire, Philip Caputo has also written for the New York Times, the Boston Globe and the Los Angeles Times.

Books by Philip Caputo

A Rumor of War

The original Vietnam memoir and a great classic of war literature with a new introduction from Kevin Powers - 40th Anniversary Edition

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