By J. Michael Boucher
Recently published, this suspense mystery features former Marine turned police officer, Matt Riley. Author J. Michael Boucher is a former Marine Corps officer and lawyer, bringing his real life experience to the page. A portion of the proceeds from each book is donated to the Scholarship Foundation.
By Frank “Gus” Biggio
Author Frank “Gus” Biggio served as a Marine from 1993-1997 and was inspired to return to duty in 2007. Beyond a war memoir, The Wolves of Helmand is most of all a decade-long self-examination of a warrior’s heart, conscience, and memory. A portion of each sale is donated to the Scholarship Foundation.
By James F Jordan
Author James Jordan served in Vietnam as part of the 2nd Battalion 1st Marine Division, known as “The Ghost Battalion”. In this moving memoir, he’ll bring you into the jungles of Vietnam and show you the bonds between the men who served there. All of the royalties from each book are donated to the Scholarship Foundation.
By William W. Rogal
By Bill Lindsay
Scholarship Foundation volunteer Billy Lindsay penned this memoir about his service as a rifle platoon commander in Vietnam. He describes the memoir as “a tribute” to the men he served with in the USMC 3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment and what it meant to be a Marine in Vietnam. The majority of the proceeds from each book is donated to the Scholarship Foundation.