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Publisher's Summary

The 2010 Next Generation Indie Book Award Winner in the Action-Adventure Fiction category.
Tiger Woman depicts a brief period of unconventional warfare that tests the boundaries of humanity in a haunting tale of unremitting evil no ordinary soldier ever trains to face. Captain Christen, a dedicated intelligence officer with the 25th Infantry Division, directs an all-out hunt for a roguish female who leads a small guerrilla force with chilling efficiency as she employs depraved acts of psychological warfare to instill terror in those she opposes. This historical fiction provides graphic detail of the bitter struggle between the hunter by day who becomes the hunted by night as the pendulum of power swings to and fro with the rising and setting sun. Tiger Woman infuses great passion into a previously undisclosed segment of the Vietnam conflict in a manner never before portrayed by bringing into sharp focus the female soldiers who supported the communist cause so efficiently.
©2009 John W. Huffman (P)2015 John W. Huffman
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By Wdv1106 on 04-15-15

The Dark Side or How to Create a Monster

The reason Tiger Woman is who she is, is understandable. Why she became Tiger Woman it's inhumane. Unfortunately we are a product of our environment. It's a shame she was not on our side!

Many conflicting emotions because as a woman, one can relate to how she must feel, yet as a human being one cannot relate to her behavior.

It's extremely interesting how the author was able to project a kind of empathy for Tiger Woman. Yet cause the reader to have feelings of great disdain for her!

Again, Mr Huffman has out done himself with the character and environmental descriptions as well creating such an unimaginable story line.
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Watch out Mr Creighton, Mr. Huffman is on his way!

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