Two murders, one reason... Living with her ex-soldier lover Virgil, Judy assumes the violence has been left in Vietnam. But when their neighbour and Virgil’s ex-army comrade, Don Stuart, is murdered in his own apartment, it seems that death has followed them from the war... Although diminished by another murder of a larger scale, Don’s death begins to gain more significance when papers relating to an older racial incident in Naha are discovered in his possession. Could it be that these two murders are connected? A story within a story, The Incident at Naha is a novel that will expand your consciousness in every other direction. M. J. Bosse (1926–2002) was an American author of both young adult and adult novels. He was born in Detriot, Michigan, and is a graduate of Yale University. He served in the US Navy and was also an English teacher in City College of New York in Manhattan. His novels are often set in Asia, and have been praised for their cultural and historical information relating to the character's adventures. Bosse mostly wrote historical fiction after the publication of The Warlord, which quickly became a bestseller. He also won the Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis in 1983.
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Book Description Simon and Schuster, 1972. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0671211595