When honor and duty collide, there's no other way...the gripping story of war and intrigue and the soldiers caught between.
The Korean War was the bloodiest in American history, next to the American Civil War. Lt. Al Houer and Corporal William B. Booth found themselves in the middle of the conflict, working for the military intelligence community and the fledgling CIA in 1950.
Their initial combat assignment was backup for Naval Lieutenant Clark, landing at Inchon several days before the US Marines. Houer and Booth stumbled over a rag-tag group of South Koreans, stranded Americans and one beautiful Canadian, who captured both their hearts,
As American soldiers fought for their lives in the first "police action war," Houer and Booth became a part of the most decisive clandestine operation of the Korean War: The TP Stole Affair. The success of this one operation could save thousands of American lives. But this crucial assignment also brought out the philosophical differences of the two men.
When honor and duty collide, there's no other way.