To mark the upcoming second anniversary of the release of my first nonfiction book, Three Days In August: A U.S. Army Special Forces Soldier’s Fight For Military Justice, my publisher has reduced prices on the book!
Released in October 2011, Three Days In August chronicles the life story of U.S. Army Sergeant First Class Kelly A. Stewart. A highly-decorated combat veteran, Stewart had an unblemished military record and stood among the best of the best as one of the world’s most-elite warriors — a Green Beret. Everything changed after he was accused of raping and kidnapping by a 28-year-old German woman. The “he said, she said” trial, during which he was found guilty of several sexual assault-related charges, took place during three days in August 2009.
The ebook is now available at the retail price of US $3.99. Sometime during the next 24 to 72 hours*, the paperback [previously US $14.99 (plus s/h/i)] will be available at the retail price of US $11.99 (plus s/h/i). Prices outside the United States will be based on these new U.S. prices. Order your copy today!
*UPDATE 8/15/2013 at 9:20 a.m. Central: For reasons unclear to me, Amazon has, thusfar, refused to lower the price on the paperback version of the book. As soon as the price does change, I will post another update here.