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Publisher's Summary

Set against the background of Saigon's desperate last days, this concluding volume to Carroll's extraordinary naval aviation trilogy follows the adventures of helicopter pilot Lt. Tim Boyle and his best friend, Lt. Mike Santy, as they struggle to pull off the final American withdrawal from Vietnam. Boyle and Santy find themselves in the midst of chaos and danger as they desperately attempt to evacuate a stranded team of Navy SEALs before the final collapse. Carroll's vivid writing puts us inside the cockpit of a Huey on a split-second rooftop landing, lets us feel the scorching heat of the jet afterburners, and takes us deep into the jungle, where the eerie silence is shattered by the crack of AK-47 rifles.
Filled with searing authenticity and adventure, No Place to Hide is a remarkable story of heroism, friendship, and sacrifice in the face of war.
©1995 Gerry Carroll (P)1995 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By VW Augusta on 07-15-18

Well developed story

This was a riveting account of the last days of war. You will not be disappointed by the story or narrator.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Anonymous User on 07-05-18

Narration is lacking

David Hilder dis a poor job of researching the proper pronunciation of locations in Vietnam and Thailand. He also failed to properly pronounce the commonly known ARVN (pronounced R-Vin) and merely read the letters individually each time. Most irritating was his pronunciation of Tan Son Nhat as "Tan Sun Nut" instead of "Taan Sohn Nhut".

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