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The Last Warrior?

Harville, Larry D.

Published by 1st Books, 2002
ISBN 10: 0759615837 / ISBN 13: 9780759615830
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Title: The Last Warrior?

Publisher: 1st Books

Publication Date: 2002

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

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SIGNED BY AUTHOR on title page, inscribed to "B-- K--" and dated 12-10-06. 346pp. B/w photos. Selling online since 1999. Quick shipping; Secure packing; Free tracking!. Bookseller Inventory # 049457

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Synopsis: This book is a fictionalized autobiography spanning theyears 1939-2036. The main character, Larry Darwin Marville, is a career Navyman, spending twenty years in the service. He is among the first Navy SEAL'sand the recipient of two Medals of Honor. When his two friends, closer to himthan brothers, are missing in action in Vietnam at the end of the war, heretires from the Navy and does a clandestine re-entry into Vietnam bringing outthree prisoners of war.Larry begins a new career in California and becomesa family man. After eighteen years of bliss, he is widowed and moves into hisfinal destiny - becoming our nation's last warrior. Remembering the oath hetook as a seventeen year old entering the Naval Service in 1956, he understandsthe difference between foreign and domestic foes. Dealing with corruptpoliticians with the only tools they understand when all else has failed, thisfifty-nine year old man becomes our Nation's Guardian, returning the UnitedStates to freedom, freeing her from political corruption at the highest levelof government.You'll laugh, cry and your heart will pump fasterthrough the action filled pages of love, war, history, and daily life.This novel is filled with true experience, but afictional tale it is. It is up to the reader to determine when fact becomesfiction.

About the Author: Larry D. Harville spent twenty years in the Navy,assigned to Patrol Squadrons, flying as an Aircrew Ordnance man. He retiredwith about seven thousand flight hours in several models of the P2V Neptune,P5M Martin, and P3A, B, and C Orion aircraft. He attended Advanced AviationOrdnance Class "B" School in 1968. Larry's final assignment was as WeaponsDepartment Chief, Naval Air Station Alameda, Alameda, California.¿ After retiring from the service, a truckingcareer was pursued. Living in Los Gatos, California, with his wife and threechildren, Larry loves to get together with his Navy buddies. Not only does helike to tell a good story, he likes to hear one. Larry says, "I may do manythings in life, but in my heart, I will always be a Chief Petty Officer in theUnited States Navy." Larry is planning several more writing projects inthe near future after moving to Bozeman, Montana.

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