The four-time Crime Writers’ Association Dagger nominee returns!

With Saigon, Sam Hawken returns with a story of the end, the Fall of Saigon, seen through the eyes of those who saw the city thrive.  And how they watch it die.

Those who loved Hawken’s Borderland Trilogy will find Saigon the successor novel they’ve been hoping for.

Coming soon!

Saigon, by Sam Hawken

April 1975. In ten days, Saigon falls.  In ten days, it’ll be too late.

John Crawford didn’t leave Vietnam when his country did, and now a desperate father has asked him to find another lost soldier before the end comes.

Catherine Marchand is French plantation royalty, but traded wealth for service.  She wants only to save refugees streaming south ahead of the advancing communists.

Together they face the death of a city.  The death of a nation.

Saigon, by Sam Hawken

About Sam Hawken

Sam Hawken is a four-time Crime Writers Association Dagger nominee for his Borderland TrilogyThe Dead Women of Juárez, Tequila Sunset, and Missing. He is also the creator of the Camaro Espinoza thriller series, and a New York Times bestseller with co-author James Patterson.