Book Two of the Solitaire trilogy.
The horrors of the Vietnam War robbed a seventeen-year-old boy, an ordinary soldier, an MP, of his youth, and turned him into an extraordinary man. He endured events so traumatic that they pushed him outside of society and the world. Now he remains lost from that world, dead to all who ever knew him, struggling to serve a country that took his life and identity away forever. He exists alone with a different name and identity on every mission—no place to call home, nowhere to find rest, until the day he is too slow. He is so thoroughly and completely lost from the world that he has even forgotten who he is himself, where he came from, what path took him to the outside, and why he does what he does. How much longer can he remain sane? Is it already too late?