Missing Actions, portrays three soldiers, disillusioned by war, who leave Southeast Asia and travel through southern Asia while eluding the American government. Convalescing from war wounds in a Bangkok hospital, two servicemen meet another soldier on leave. They decide to flee Bangkok rather than return to the fighting in Vietnam. These soldiers learn spiritual practices of various religions as they undertake an arduous journey to Multan, Pakistan. They become teachers and spiritual seekers trying to make a difference in the villages. The story is a search for personal meaning amid conflicting expectations when military service was mandatory in our country.
Used availability for John Boland 2's Missing Actions
September 2001 : USA Paperback
October 2010 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition