When the Desert Storm conflict was declared over, U.S. soldier Peter Ford was ordered to stand by and watch as the Iraqi Republican Guard continued to commit horrific acts against its own people. But now, four years later, Peter Ford is no longer a soldier-and his former superior officer is no longer alive. Roberto Garza's murder has helped convince him that not even Washington can tell him right from wrong. And moving through the chaotic and ruthless world of postwar Iraq, Ford is making a new choice-to hunt down the men responsible for his nightmare, and find out the truth for himself...
"This bold, blistering novel goes beyond the Iraqi-American conflict to reveal the hearts of soldiers everywhere." - W E B Griffin
Used availability for Austin Bay's The Wrong Side of Brightness
July 2004 : USA Paperback
May 2003 : USA Mass Market Paperback