17. Philip Taylor: Fragment of the Present:
Explores the cultural identity of the people of the Vietnamese South since the Vietnam War ended.

18. Stephane Courtois: the Black Book of Communism:
Communism did kill, Courtois and his fellow historians demonstrate, with ruthless efficiency: 25 million in Russia during the Bolshevik and Stalinist eras, perhaps 65 million in China under the eyes of Mao Zedong, 2 million in Cambodia, millions more Africa, Eastern Europe, and Latin America--an astonishingly high toll of victims.

19. Larry Engelmann: Tears before the Rain:
Harrowing, heartrending and bitter by turns, these recollections by 75 eyewitnesses form a tragic epic of a country in the throes of violent death.

20. James Freeman: Hearts of Sorrow:
Fourteen Vietnamese refugees--a former ARVN officer, a Buddhist nun, fisherman, auto mechanic, etc.--speak here about their struggles to survive under the Hanoi and Saigon governments...

21. Lam Quan Thi: The Twenty-Five year Century:
A new perspective on the Vietnam War by a South Vietnamese general.

22. Nguyen Thi Thu Lam: Fallen Leaves:
Memoirs of a Vietnamese Woman "I am a child of war. I am a child of war."

23. Le Thi Diem Thuy: The Gangster we are all looking for:
A bracing, unvarnished, elliptical account of a Vietnamese refugee family, in America.

24. Kien Nguyen: The Unwanted: A Memoir of Childhood:
A powerful, compelling memoir of an Amerasian boy's experience in Communist Vietnam from 1975.

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