The Giant Killer: The incredible true story of the smallest man to serve in the U.S. Military—Vietnam veteran Green Beret Captain Richard J. Flaherty - Silver Star, 2 Bronze Stars, & 2 Purple Hearts.

The Giant Killer: The incredible true story of the smallest man to serve in the U.S. Military—Vietnam veteran Green Beret Captain Richard J. Flaherty - Silver Star, 2 Bronze Stars, & 2 Purple Hearts.

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Title:The Giant Killer: The incredible true story of the smallest man to serve in the U.S. Military—Vietnam veteran Green Beret Captain Richard J. Flaherty - Silver Star, 2 Bronze Stars, & 2 Purple Hearts.
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    The Giant Killer: The incredible true story of the smallest man to serve in the U.S. Military—Vietnam veteran Green Beret Captain Richard J. Flaherty - Silver Star, 2 Bronze Stars, & 2 Purple Hearts. Reviews

  • Roselene White

    Great readVery engaging and thought provoking. Many thanks to David and Neil Yazuk for pursuing and sharing Richard’s story with us....

  • Nick

    A must read!!!This book is absolutely phenomenal. It's such an unbelievable story, and worth every bit of your time. So many men, with similar experiences are o overlooked everyday. This author has do...

  • James P. Streicher

    Heartbreaking and worthy. Im glad I read the book prior to watching the documentary as it was more detailed. The book definitely has more “story” to it. Excellent work by all involved. The author ...

  • Shannon Danylieko

    Dave, thankyou and your Dad for writing Richard's story, the man was a Giant!!!...

  • Joseph Crosby

    A true American HeroThis is a unique and tragic story of a little known courageous American hero.A very well written story that I highly recommend to anyone who loves America. It provides an excellent...

  • Timothy Kerwin

    ...in the hearts of menFascinating subject and subject matter. Who knows, who truly can know what lies within the hearts of men. Too often it's even a mystery to the beholder themselves,an answer that...

  • Denis Lenihan

    AmazingI chose five stars because I was also an infantry soldier in vietnam, and along with being a place that was terrorizing, it was also a place where you needed a lot of physical strength, and I a...

  • Sam Hamby

    Heroism's IronyThe high rating is in recognition of the author's near-perfect objective treatment of the life of one of our unrecognized heroes, a story that leaves it up to the reader to paint Richar...

  • Doug Cook

    Helluva book!David Thank does an outstanding job of recounting the life of the smallest soldier to have ever served in the U.S. Army as well as being a real-life American hero in the jungles of Viet N...

  • Dale Mellinger

    An absolutely amazing read!I almost never leave reviews on products or books, but this title was so well crafted that I had to make an exception. David has an amazing gift for telling the story of Ric...