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Part 2: Close Up Radio Welcomes Back Best Selling Author Tom Glenn

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Columbia, MD – Tom Glenn is a Vietnam vet who has had multiple careers including intelligence operative, musician, linguist in seven languages, cryptologist, caregiver for the dying, and leadership coach. He has a BA in Music, a masters in Government and a doctorate in Public Administration. A sought-after public speaker, he is the author of a series of novels and short story collections: Friendly Casualties, Last of the Annamese, The Trion Syndrome, No-Accounts, Secretocracy, Friendly Casualties, and Coming to Terms.

Tom’s books reflect his history and life view. The first half of his Friendly Casualties is short-stories; the second half is a novella set in Vietnam.

His No-Accounts tells the story of two men, one gay dying of AIDS, the other a straight volunteer who is there to help him die.

Tom’s next book, Last of the Annamese, to date his bestselling book, is set during the fall of Saigon from which Tom escaped under fire after the North Vietnamese were already in the streets of the city.

His The Trion Syndrome tells of a man suffering from PTSI. He is plagued incessantly by nightmares and irrational rages before recalling that he killed a child in Vietnam.

Tom’s next book, Secretocracy, tells of President Donald Trump’s persecution of an intelligence budgeteer who refuses to fund an illegal operation being pushed by the president.

His last book to date is his collection of short stories called Coming to Terms. It tells the stories of men and women confronted with pain as a consequence of love and hate, goodness and evil.

For more information about our gueat, pelase visit https://tomglenn.blog/