Death To The Brides

Death To The Brides

Written by M. E. Chaber

[S] In an exciting adventure in Vietnam after the American forces have left, Milo March arrives in that country under the cover of being a new military attache, all to rescue an Intelligence operative help in the highlands of the North. In this endeavor he will be connected with another American intel operative, Colonel Kim Locke.
Note: according to the publishers: "Death to the Brides was completed in 1975 but never released during the author’s lifetime, owing to the publisher’s objection to its politically charged content. So this is the only unpublished Milo March manuscript left by Ken Crossen—now in print for the first time."