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eBook Code of Conduct epub
  • ISBN: 0972444904
  • Author: Karen Black
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: C & K Publishing (January 2003)
  • Pages: 448 pages
  • ePUB size: 1278 kb
  • FB2 size 1885 kb
  • Formats mobi doc mobi azw

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Matt Tillet, an F-8 Crusader pilot, is shot down over North Vietnam in 1966, just one week before his ship would be heading home after his second back-to-back six-month tour. Escaping from his spiraling out-of-control jet with only seconds to spare, and evading for all of three minutes, he becomes a Prisoner of War. Surviving torture, months of solitary confinement and the infamous Hanoi March, the dream of returning home to his wife and two children keeps him going. Repatriated in 1973, he returns to find his dream shattered.

Code of Conduct takes place in the middle of a war; however, it is not so much a blood and guts war novel as it is the emotional tale of a family torn apart by war, more than seven years of separation, and the long journey to reconstruct their lives.

While many POWs came home to broken marriages, the personal relationship portion of the book is purely fictional. The prison scenes are based on actual events that happened to the POWs in Vietnam. The story was inspired by many years of listening to the recollections of the author's husband and several of his Vietnam ex-POW buddies. Time does not seem to have faded their memories of what they went through (although they can now joke about it) and each reunion or get together provided a new tidbit.

The author's goal is to present the horrendous prisoner-of-war experience and the resulting shattered personal lives in the format of a novel.

Comments: (7)
A well written book, a page turner, fantastic and a reminder of the horrors of the Vietnam war and what the POW's experienced as well as their families. Karen Black is ,no question about it, a top drawer writer. Anxious to read her second novel when it comes out. Buy this book, you will not be sorry you did!!
I actually have Karen Blacks husband(Commander Cole Black)POW bracelet....I cherish it
Although The Code of Conduct is a work of fiction, it is obviously based on the lives of those heroic men who were POWs in Vietnam. Their years of privation and torture are accurately recounted. They longed to returning to family and friends. What actually happened to them after the war is accurately depicted in this book. They and their families had changed--the country and world had changed. This book realistically describes the effect that this war had on these brave men and those they loved.
I was totally unprepared for this book. I think I was expecting a trashy romance novel with a cursory Vietnam Prisoner of War theme thrown in for flavor. What I got was a gut-wrenching page turner that truly captures the sacrifice and emotional turmoil of war. Code of Conduct follows the career of a Navy fighter pilot from the downing of his aircraft in 1966, through seven years of torture and solitary confinement in the infamous Hanoi Hilton prison camp, to his return to America and his family. But, after seven years of clinging to the dream, his homecoming is not at all what he expects. Karen Black spins a tale of loss, emotional devestation, and - finally - healing.

Jeff Edwards, Author of `Torpedo: A Surface Warfare Thriller'
I had the pleasure of serving with Captain Black (Matt Tillet) and Karen's book is the best read I have ever had. I couldn't put the book down till I finished the final page.
Elastic Skunk
As a retired Naval Intelligence Officer, I would swear this book was based on fact! It is written in the finest tradition of a Biography. I was lucky enough to debrief a Naval Fighter Pilot, who was shot down in Vietnam, his experience closely ressembles the one in Code of Conduct. It is one of the finest books written that I have ever read concerning the God Awful trials our Men went through who were captured by the Viet Cong. A Must Read. Jim Mcleod, Lcdr. USN Ret.
A must read book Not the usual war-story book but one that goes far deeper. It is superbly divided between the prisoner of war, the woman whose husband was missing for seven years, and the family dynamics caused by the years of separation. Her story and her pain equals that of her husband. It is a book you will never want to put down and one you will never forget.
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