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Vietnam era whistleblower, June Collins releases new memoir, Good Bye Junie Moon. Collins is also the co-author of The Khaki Mafia.
A curvaceous Australian dancer entertains the troops in Vietnam. She uncovers a get rich quick scheme involving the sergeants running the American Army clubs. Discovering that she has reported them to the CID, they place a high price on her head. She learns they are watching the only airport out, preventing her escape. Then fate steps in, triggering an unexpected turn of events. Goodbye Junie Moon is a memoir which reads like fiction and is guaranteed to keep you turning the page. This true story is verified by numerous newspaper and magazine articles.
Racy, action-filled, heart stopping, poignant; it is all of these!
Goodbye Junie Moon is available in both print and ebook format.
Goodbye Junie Moon
By June Collins
Published: January 2014
Genre: Political/Vietnam/Whistleblower Memoir
About The Author:
June Collins made international news headlines in 1969 when she became a whistle-blower and testified before a U.S. Senate Committee. An ex exotic-dancer / rock-band agent, she pointed the finger at a group of corrupt American Army sergeants who managed the military clubs and made millions during the Vietnam war by demanding kickbacks from all booking agents and sales people. Hated by some, she was called a heroine by many and became part of the history of the Vietnam War. The Khaki Mafia, a slightly fictionalized account of the events became one of the best selling books on Vietnam. It was co-authored with Robin Moore (author The French Connection.)The Khaki Mafia was only the first of June’s books about the Vietnam War. She has since written two true stories; Goodbye Junie Moon and a sequel, Junie Moon Rising.
During her many years living in Asia, June had become appalled by the plight of the abandoned street children. She later adopted six children, ranging in age from 3 to 13, from India, Korea, Columbia and the USA.
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