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Magic and Loss
Never give up, never give in, never lose sight of your dreams

Greg Raver-Lampman's Magic and Loss tells the story of a young professional struck by an almost invariably terminal disease.

He begins writing letters to his three-year-old daughter. In doing so, he discovers the hope and strength he needs to survive.

Magic and Loss has been published in Germany and Taiwan and was excerpted by Reader's Digest in 17 languages.

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On May 12, 1975, barely two weeks after U.S. helicopters lifted off the roof of the American embassy in Saigon, the S.S. Mayaguez was seized by Cambodian forces. Four days later, President Gerald Ford ordered a raid to free the ship, even though American diplomacy had already successfully negotiated its release. The ensuing battle, the last of the war, took fourteen hours and the lives of forty-one Americans. Vietnam veteran Ralph Wetterhahn investigated an incident that ranges from an obscure Cambodian Island to the Oval Office of the White House. His book, The Last Battle has been praised by U.S. Senator John McCain and by Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Sydney Schanberg, whose book was the basis of the movie, "The Killing Fields." home   |   Need more information? Email any questions.

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