Tom Gillespie’s latest release, Vietnam – One Week in December 1969, is a compelling read that appreciates a group of soldiers who served in the Vietnam War 1969. This book explains the event that took place in a matter of a week and was important enough to impact a certain timeline in history. Without these soldiers and their efforts, the world may not have been the same.
These events have been sworn to secrecy, up until now. Tom Gillespie has finally been able to openly discuss all of the important events that took place during this time. He explains all of the precautions and the details that are necessary takes in this story. Tom Gillespie has been a law officer, a Constable, a judge, and the owner-operator of his own private security agency. In his book, you will learn more about his experience as a government contractor with a Top Secret Clearance. Tom Gillespie is not a famous person, but he should be. Few, if any, people in history have impacted world events on as large a scale as Tom Gillespie did in one week and gone completely unnoticed.
Get copies of this particularly interesting read and enjoy a book that will help you realize how big the world is and how we remain unaware of the truth and sacrifices people make daily. Vietnam – One Week in December 1969 is out now on Amazon.
About The Author
Tom Gillespie is a noteworthy man who has lived with secrets no one was made aware of. He is not one to brag and certainly keeps himself busy. Vietnam is not his first book, and his previous release, “Silent Tears,” is his story about his childhood which is equally impressionable. He is a simple man who has stuck by his vows and lived a peculiarly secret life.