During the ten years author
and photographer Charlene Edwards dedicated to creating her award
winning book, Voices From Vietnam, she journeyed to Vietnam three times
and drove tens of thousands of miles throughout America and Canada.
Voices of Vietnam was awarded the America’s Heroes Freedom Honor, the
ForeWord Magazine and Benjamin Franklin book awards, the 2002
Photography Book of the Year from the American Authors Association, and
the Gold Book Award for best photography book of 2004 from the Military
Writers Association of America. Researcher, guest speaker, and explorer,
Ms. Edwards has received honors from various veteran groups, and has
been featured on numerous radio and television shows. She was the
photo-coordinator for the twelve-hour Ace Award winning documentary, The
Class of the 20th Century. Her work has appeared in many galleries, the
New York Times, Daily News, Boston Globe, Manhattan Arts, Chicago
Tribune, New York’s Museum of Natural History, and more than 50 photos
have been used by American pop artist Peter Max.
Born in 1925, Robin Moore’s career spans
decades. It began in the 1940’s when he piloted aircraft over Germany
during the closing days of World War II. After a career as a hotel
executive he worked his way as a screen, play and song writer, movie
producer, publisher, to what he is most known for -- a prolific writer
of some eighty published books. Probably his most notable are The Green
Berets and The French Connection. More recently he traveled to
Afghanistan and produced the bestseller The Hunt for Bin Laden; and a
few years later to Iraq for material for his book, Hunting Down Saddam.
Since then, he has also completed The Singleton: Target Cuba a novel
about Fidel Castro and biological warfare. Today, at the age of 81,
Robin continues to write and is currently working on his memoirs and
three other books.