Caught in the Crossfire is the true story about a woman who dedicated her life to the country she loved more than herself—the United States of America. Having devoted 30 years in the military and becoming a highly decorated officer in the U.S. Army, author Levonda Joey Selph’s life came crashing down one morning when a group of men in suits came to her home and began a frightening interrogation marathon with accusations of things about which she had no idea.
Read about the author’s life as she takes you through her journey as a wide-eyed, naive young woman with high hopes of a safer world, a belief in a country that loved its people, and a noble purpose that led Joey to risk her life recklessly, for the cause. Then, she is set up and accused of crimes she did not believe she committed, but was rather a pawn in taking down someone else whom the Feds had their sights on.
The long, grueling event of the destruction of this woman’s life was followed by thousands of people who only heard one side of “the facts”. Caught in the Crossfire offers this brave woman’s side of the story, which sheds a great deal more light on the truth of the matter.
As you read through this intriguing story, you stand by her side in Iraq, in South Korea, Desert Storm, the Pentagon bombing, and other places where car bombs were regular occurrences and places of intense danger were the norm.
Find out who Levonda Joey Selph truly is—a brave, heroic woman who was abandoned by the very country she risked her life for. She was tossed under the bus by the bureaucracy of faceless men who haven’t the slightest cognizance of the many great deeds that thousands of loyal soldiers, just like her, do every day in risking life and limb to serve with dedication, honor, and an unwavering love for freedom and country, but who have no idea of the unconscionable lack of appreciation that exists for their efforts, and sometimes their lives.
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