Escape from Saigon (Skyhorse), a novel by Michael Morris and Dick Pirozzolo, explores the month of April, 1975, when North Vietnam achieved its multi-decade objective of conquering South Vietnam and giving Saigon a new name—Ho Chi Minh City. This is a fast moving, day-by-day account told through the perspective of diplomats, journalists, CIA operatives, a […]
About Robert Earle
Robert Earle's new collection of short stories, She Receives the Night (Vine Leaves Press), will be published in May. Over the years he has published more than 100 stories in print and online literary magazines. He also has published a nonfiction account of his year in Iraq, Nights in the Pink Motel (Naval Institute Press) and a novel, The Way Home (DayBue). He was born in Norristown, Pennsylvania and has academic degrees from Princeton and Johns Hopkins. He spent 25 years in the Foreign Service and now lives in Durham, North Carolina.