Monday, May 06, 2013

This Just In… Memoirs of an Outlaw: Life in the Sandbox by Robert M. Tanner III

In Fallujah, during a particularly difficult time in the Iraq War, a group of Marines are deployed on a tour that will bring them closer together, while threatening to tear them apart.

The Delta Company Outlaws are a group of Light Armored Reconnaissance Marines deployed in 2004 to one of the most hostile war zones in the world. Through the memoirs of one Marine, this touching story encapsulates the drama surrounding everyday life during the Iraq War. With a bond formed through blood, sweat, and tears, a group of unfamiliar Marines will come together stronger than family.

Memoirs of an Outlaw: Life in the Sandbox is a dramatic new take on the Iraq War that focuses more on the personal aspects of war than exclusively on combat. With a touching approach to the camaraderie, daily life, and devastating losses, Robert M. Tanner delves into the brotherhood that’s formed throughout a deployment while documenting the combat experiences and daily life of a Marine. Inspired by a bond that’s stronger than blood, Memoirs of an Outlaw began as a therapeutic way to document wartime experiences and eventually led to a full-fledged memoir. The story captures the tension, drama and bonding that comes with combat and living in a hostile environment far away from home.

You can order Memoirs of an Outlaw here. Visit author Robert M. Tanner III on the web here. ◊

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for posting. Glad to see the book included in January Magazine!

Monday, May 6, 2013 at 5:51:00 AM PDT  

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