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Nelson DeMille

Nelson DeMille was born Nelson Richard DeMille to Huron and Antonio DeMille on August 23, 1943 in New York City. Mr. DeMille served in the U.S. Army from 1966 to 1969 and earned the rank of First Lieutenant. Part of that time was served during the Vietnam War (in Quang Tri Provence, from November '67 to December '68). During his army career, ... See full bio »

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Word of Honor
Word of Honor Writer
Silent Madness
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 2005 Mayday (TV Movie) (novel)
 2004 Life or Breath (Short) (short story)
 2003 Word of Honor (TV Movie) (novel)
 1999 The General's Daughter (novel "The General's Daughter")
 1984 Silent Madness (additional dialogue)
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 1999 The General's Daughter: Behind the Secrets (Video documentary short) (special thanks - as Nelson Demille)
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 2015 ITW ThrillerFest Banquet Awards (TV Movie)
 2006 The 2nd Annual Quill Awards (TV Special)
 1999 The General's Daughter: Behind the Secrets (Video documentary short)
 1997 History of Air Combat: Fight for the Sky: Air War Over Germany (Video documentary)
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Nelson R. DeMille | Nelson Demille

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Found a letter on the body of a North Vietnamese soldier in the A Shau Callet in May 1968; which he turned over to the Vietnam Veterans of America. The VVA has a program that helps gather information on soldiers lost in the Vietnam war. As stated in his latest book "Up Country", Mr. DeMille hopes that a family in Vietnam has learned the fate of a missing son, husband, or brother because of the ... See more »

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