Robert L.




POINTMAN     SOLD    Warren Steele is the first man in the column and the first man most likely to be killed. These pressures lead Steele to use heroin for courage and escape. After being wounded, he begins shipping the drug back to the states where he plans on reaping millions in profits.

But Steele's plans are at odds with Sergeant Mike Brooks, whose focus is on survival and marrying his Vietnamese girlfriend. Brooks' objectives also collide with Lieutenant Gomez, a highly decorated career officer who is "kill happy" and glory hungry. Gomez pressures Brooks to quit questioning his orders and volunteers the platoon for a special mission prior to the Cambodian invasion. Tension mounts and results in a hellish firefight, a vow of revenge, and a struggle over a poison needle.


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