When the NVA and the Viet Cong launched the Tet Offensive in 1968, it was up to ex-Green Beret Sergeant Mark Stryker and his MPs of the 716th to keep Saigon from falling into bloody chaos. Rockets and mortar shells were exploding all over the city, and the American war cops were the only law and order worth a damn on those streets of death. With reports of snipers and firefights in every corner of Saigon, Stryker wondered in which nameless alley he would die. But then he heard that the enemy was storming the U.S. Embassy-and he knew just where he wanted to make his last stand. At any cost, the American flag had to keep flying -even if it meant his own life and the destruction of his... SAIGON COMMANDOS.
Used availability for Jonathan Cain's Torturers of Tet
February 1986 : USA Mass Market Paperback