What people are saying about “Back To The World”

perf6.000x9.000.inddBack to the World is a well-crafted follow-up to The Kansas NCO. Joe Campolo allows the reader to experience the frustrations of returning Vietnam veterans whose country abandoned them. Joe is able to take you from the jungles of Nam to the mean streets of America. God Bless all our veterans. ~ George Dooley, U.S. Air Force, Vietnam era veteran

Once in a great while, a reader will come across a book that is so engaging and captivating it is very difficult to put down. Back to the World, by Joe Campolo Jr. is such a book. The author is a superb storyteller; the book is a fast paced suspense thriller. Great job, Mr. Campolo! ~ John Podlaski, Vietnam War veteran and author of Cherries: A Vietnam War Novel

In Back to the World, Cru and his buddies have survived their life-threatening experiences in Vietnam, but their return to the “World” has not gone as smoothly as expected.   In a fast-paced sequel to The Kansas NCO, we get to see how Andrew Crucianelli and his crew deal with a country that has little regard for their post-war future. ~ Dick Evenson, writer, retired marketing executive, and U.S. Army artillery veteran

Joe Campolo has hit another homerun with Back to the World!  This fast paced thriller keeps you on the edge of your seat as it follows the trail of two vigilantes challenging the Mob!Bob Doerr, Award winning author of the Jim West mysteries.


About the Author

Joe Campolo Jr.

Joe Campolo, Jr. is an award winning author, poet and public speaker. A Vietnam War Veteran, Joe writes and speaks about the war and many other topics. See the "Author Page" of this website for more information on Joe. Guest writers on Joe's blogs will have a short bio with each article. Select blogs by category and enjoy the many other articles available here. Joe's popular books are available thru Amazon, this website, and many other on-line book stores.


  1. Each generation has its challenges and wars and fights in its own way for peace. Vietnam is my generations war…and its turmoil, hurt and pain still linger with us today. For an understanding of that time which is still branded on our national conscience read the books of Joe Campolo Jr. Well done solider…and with amazing insight into a misunderstood time into our history….love the guys…and

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