Sergeant Back Again
by Charles Coleman
Publisher: PTSD PRESS 2010
Number of pages: 284
A gripping drama of the psychological trials and tribulations of a talented Army medic serving in a besieged surgical field hospital at the height of the Vietnam War. Ground-breaking and insightful novel depicting the early signs, symptoms, origins and first attempts at treatment for Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
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