"Spite House" is the remarkable true story of two Marines -- a hunter and his prey. Pvt. Robert Garwood was a jeep driver for a Marine Intelligence unit when he was taken captive by the Vietcong in 1965, ten days before his tour of duty ended. Col. Tom McKenney was a member of a clandestine team of "hunter-shooters" assigned to seek out and terminate American traitors -- and a missing private named Garwood was designated as one of his prime targets. In this incredible real-life account, Monika Jensen-Stevenson exposes one of the cruelest covert operations and cover-ups of the war, and pleads an eloquent case for the innocence of Bobby Garwood, who was finally returned to his country -- more than six years after the last American POW had been allegedly released -- to face not a hero's welcome, but unfounded accusations of treachery and collusion, a court-martial and disgrace.
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