Jeffrey Miller

A Writer's Life

War Remains

The Korean War ended with an armistice on July 27, 1953.

There are still over 8,000 Americans listed as missing in action.

This is the story of one of them.

Coming soon…

5 Comments

  1. Jeffrey – I can’t wait to read it.

    • Thanks Seeharhed!

      It will be out as an e-book in about two weeks and later in the month, hardback and paperback editions.

      There will be more information here about how to buy it when it does come out.

      Thanks again for the support.

  2. Jeffrey, that must be the cover of the book. Congrats and looking forward to reading it.

  3. I was recently researching photos of a monument located in Korea at massacre valley I knew my farthers name was on it ( Johnnie Gray ) when I came across your photos of this monument. Dad is still living and lives in Licking Missouri. He and my Mother flew to Korea years ago and met the president of Korea and visited several places including Massacre Valley. There was no markers at this time. On the day of his departure he was asked if there was anything they could do for him and he said that it would be nice if there were some type of roadside marker placed at the head of this valley. Dad was invited to the revealing of this monument but was unstable to make the trip. Anyway I just discovered about your novel and would like to get it for my dad. Can’t wait. Thank You for what you did.
    Dan Gray.

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