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Sometimes it takes years for a combat vet to understand what his war did to him when he was nineteen. And even longer to explain the cadence he has marched to since then to the people he loves.



Family and friends know Marty McClure as a kind, peaceful man. They aren''t aware that when he was young, he plumbed the depths of terror, hatred and despair with no assurance he''d ever surface again. Now he needs to reveal what happened in Vietnam and how, with the help of Patti, his wife, Corrie Corrigan, a disabled vet, and Doc Matheson, a corpsman turned trauma surgeon, he made peace with the ghosts that have visited his dreams all these years.



With the perception and reflection of a man on the cusp of retirement from a career teaching high school kids, Marty recalls the relentless intensity of prolonged combat as a teenage Marine machine gunner facing booby traps and battles in a war with few boundaries. Arriving in Vietnam, he is appalled by the savagery of his fellow Marines as they hunt an enemy indistinguishable from the villagers he believes they are there to protect. But as friends are crippled or killed over the ensuing months, Marty has to fight not only the enemy but the vicious darkness growing in him. Wounded and sent back to the U.S., he struggles to make sense of all he has lost in a war his country abandoned. He works to become a good husband, father and teacher while he fights to bury the war and rails against friends'' enthusiasm for the Memorial and the Welcome Home for Vietnam Veterans planned in D.C. Only if he accepts help from his wife and his friends will he find real peace.

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"Treanor''s first foray in novel writing succeeds in conveying to readers that veterans'' ears don''t stop ringing when the guns fall silent. We must care not only for ex-servicemen with broken bodies but also those with broken hearts." --Fredericksburg.com

"Mark Treanor has penned an instant classic of war fiction, one whose images do not go gently into that good night but force us to confront the searing psychological scars many former wartime soldiers suffer with silently. A must read." --Historical Novel Society

"This inspired treatment of a challenging chapter in U.S. history is worth a look." --Publishers Weekly

"This book is a necessary read and should be required reading for military history, college literature classes and people wanting to appreciate how they can advocate for combat veterans." --The Decatur Daily

" A Quiet Cadence by Mark Treanor reveals a larger truth so commonly experienced by ordinary young men suddenly thrust into the caldron of war and then brought back into a civilian life that still carries with it the mental and emotional echos of the violence that was once their daily fare. A compelling read from cover to cover, A Quiet Cadence is an especially and unreservedly recommended addition to personal reading lists, as well as community and academic library Contemporary Literary Fiction collections." -Midwest Book Review

"This is a powerful, unrelenting look at the experiences of a Marine serving at the height of the Vietnam War and the personal battles he continues to fight for decades after his return home. A Quiet Cadence is a major work of combat fiction. It has my full-throated recommendation." --The VVA Veteran

"Mark Treanor provides a riveting depiction of a young Marine''s experience in Vietnam followed by the challenge of returning home in A Quiet Cadence. This Marine rifle platoon leader''s description of the novel''s characters and traumatic experiences felt in physical battle and in mental recovery at home are very touching." --Semper Fi

" A Quiet Cadence is the most powerful book on combat during the Vietnam War..." --Washington Independent Review of Books, Favorite Book of 2020

"A great read. Few books move me to tears. This one did. For every combat veteran who has dealt with coming home, A Quiet Cadence makes it clear that you are not alone." --Karl Marlantes, author of Matterhorn; What It Is Like To Go To War; and Deep River

"Mark Treanor has written an extraordinary story about the Vietnam War in 1969 on a par with Matterhorn and Fields of Fire. The narrative follows PFC Marty McClure, USMC during the war in fierce and brutal ground combat, which is compelling. What is then unique is Mark''s telling of life after combat and the Post Traumatic Stress (PTS) that accrues to every single individual who has ever been in a firefight. We are far behind in addressing PTS issues for our combat veterans. Mark''s incisive writing does a great deal to illuminate its reality and the urgent need to address it. Please read this book. You won''t be able to put it down." --Adm. Mike Mullen, USN (Ret.) 17th Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff

"A compelling story, told with brutal realism but also deep compassion, of a young man''s war in Vietnam and his years-long struggle after coming home to make peace with troubled memories and his grief for lost friends." --Arnold R. Isaacs, journalist and author of Without Honor: Defeat in Vietnam and Cambodia

"Stark and honest, A Quiet Cadence masterfully captures it all … from the individual courage, sacrifice and dedication, through the black humor, dread of combat, and fear of failure, to that special unbreakable human bond that stands the test of time. Powerful, it brought back many names and memories for me." --General Mike Hagee, USMC, 33rd Commandant of the Marine Corps, A 1/1 Vietnam

" A Quiet Cadence is a riveting account of a young Marine''s combat experiences in Vietnam and the indelible effects in its aftermath. Mark Treanor brilliantly captures the physical and emotional trauma of close combat while masterfully weaving in timeless lessons about leadership, courage and camaraderie. Simply put, this is as relevant to veterans today as it was in the 60''s." --F. C. Wilson, Lt. Gen. USMC (Ret.) 12th President, National Defense University

"Vivid, haunting, and moving. Mark Treanor''s eloquent, captivating novel provides a searing account of the experiences of and relationships between those who serve together in intense ground combat - and it conveys powerfully the difficult, wrenching adjustment to life back in ''the world'' after being part of the ''brotherhood of the close fight'' and surviving to make it home. A Quiet Cadence is a masterful, evocative book." --Gen. David Petraeus, USA (Ret.), former Commander of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), the Multinational Force in Iraq, US Central Command, and the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan

"A must-read book for any American who wants to understand war and its impact on those we send into close combat. Mark Treanor sets the standard for an authentic description of combat and what our infantry veterans carry with them when they return home. Savage yet compassionate, A Quiet Cadence will take its place as one of our most telling narratives of war and its aftermath." --Jim Mattis, General, U.S. Marines (Ret.)

"This is an extraordinary, honest, and powerful novel. I was immediately captivated by it''s tone and pace, which carries the reader from the dark heart of the Vietnam combat experience to the harrowing challenges of returning home. On par with classic Vietnam era novels by James Webb and Karl Marlantes in its grit and truthfulness. Highly recommend!" --Adm. James Stavridis, USN (Ret.), Dean, The Fletcher School, Tufts University and Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander

"A riveting look at what soldiers have experienced from Vietnam to Afghanistan. In A Quiet Cadence, they live through intense combat then return to civilian life to struggle with memories of dead or horribly wounded friends while successfully pursuing careers ranging from shopkeeper to surgeon. A story of resilience and recovery, this book brilliantly describes characters who struggle but nonetheless get on with their lives - like most veterans do." --Jan C. Scruggs, Esq, Founder of Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Chairman National Selective Service Review Board, Army rifleman in Vietnam

About the Author

Mark Treanor, a Naval Academy graduate, was a Marine rifle platoon leader in Vietnam, an artillery battery commander, and leadership instructor and later served on the boards of the National Defense University and the Naval Academy. A lawyer, corporate executive, and leadership coach, he has participated in national security fact-finding missions in Iraq, Yemen, Africa, and the Caucasus. He lives in Maryland and Vermont.

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John B. Sinclair
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Worth The 40-Year Wait
Reviewed in the United States on October 10, 2020
I came across this book a few weeks ago when reading a Naval History magazine and saw an ad from the United States Naval Institute advertising several books. And there it was – A Quiet Cadence by Mark Treanor. I was a bit stunned and then so very happy. Why? As a... See more
I came across this book a few weeks ago when reading a Naval History magazine and saw an ad from the United States Naval Institute advertising several books. And there it was – A Quiet Cadence by Mark Treanor. I was a bit stunned and then so very happy. Why?

As a freshly minted lawyer, I joined a major Baltimore law firm in 1980. I had the good fortune to work with Mark Treanor in the Litigation Department. A tremendous lawyer, mentor, and wonderful human being. I learned of Mark’s service as a Marine infantry captain in Vietnam and affectionately gave him the cheeky nickname of “Captain” when I spoke to him. Even then back in the 1980s, Mark expressed the desire to write a book about his experiences in Vietnam. He subsequently left the firm and we had sporadic contact over the following decades. Whenever the chance encounter happened, I asked him about “the” book. It was still inside him, brewing. And here it was so many years later.

Those of us who have never experienced war personally can never know the full horror of it. Yes, we can have some general idea, but not a true sense as only those who have endured it can know. Mark’s unrelenting exposition of the combat that his character Marty McClure suffers seems borne out of a reality that only a combat veteran himself can describe. The brutality of it makes one wonder how anyone could survive it intact even if not physically wounded. With the first violent encounter, Mark’s writing quickly gains strength and confidence, takes off, and the reader is swiftly moved forward on a jarring journey. The narrative becomes unsparing as comrades are killed and wounded, or affected in other ways. The reaction of the Marines to villagers whom they regard with great suspicion and even overt animosity is wincing at times. The physical settings become ever more descriptive and vivid.

And then the overwhelming, ceaseless combat abruptly ends, setting the stage for the second part of the book.

Marty McClure returns to civilian life with all the contradictions about that new life and recriminations against his service that inevitably follow. The fall of Vietnam, pardon of draft dodgers, and ostracism of servicemen who fought in Vietnam have Marty questioning what all his comrades’ sacrifices amounted to in the end. He has unforgiving dreams/nightmares about those comrades he lost or were wounded, which threaten to hold Marty back from moving forward with his life. He has to make a strategic compromise in order to take a dream job.

Marty’s relationship with some of his former comrades is tentative, as he is unsure as to how he is supposed to feel. Mark Treanor handles these conversations deftly and with authenticity and compassion. The survivor’s guilt Marty feels weighs heavily on him. His visit to the parents of one of his closest deceased buddies is one of the emotional highpoints of the novel. And then there is his trip to the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C. I do not want to give anything away but will simply say it provides a powerful, emotional reckoning.

Not once reading this novel did I hear a false note or find any of the dialog contrived, melodramatic or preachy. It is the most effective narrative on the subject of PTSD I have ever read.

This novel affected me personally. One of my late uncles served in Vietnam at the exact same time as Marty McClure in this book. He was career Army and was an artillery officer. As a young teenager who corresponded with my uncle when he served in Vietnam, I naively assumed he was with the “big guns” many miles behind the front lines. In the past year, I learned from his widow and eldest son that my uncle was actually an artillery forward observer and was on the front lines directing fire and under fire. I heard for the first time that my uncle upon his return from Vietnam had violent dreams that caused him to wake up screaming. He also burned his letters from Vietnam to my aunt, not wanting the accounts of those experiences to survive.

I will never know firsthand what my uncle experienced in Vietnam and afterwards. But thanks to Mark Treanor, I and the American public have a realistic account that can give us clues as to the horrors my uncle, Mark, and so many other American service members in Vietnam experienced. And why they still deserve our respect, understanding, and gratitude so many years later.

Well done, Captain. It was worth the 40-year wait.
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A Quiet Cadence
Reviewed in the United States on June 1, 2020
I found this novel so compelling that I read it straight through in one day. It''s an honest, gut-wrenching portrayal of what it''s like to experience ground combat, the scars it leaves, the sacrifices our veterans make, and the journey so many of them take to make peace... See more
I found this novel so compelling that I read it straight through in one day. It''s an honest, gut-wrenching portrayal of what it''s like to experience ground combat, the scars it leaves, the sacrifices our veterans make, and the journey so many of them take to make peace with these experiences once they''re home. The book deepened both my understanding of and appreciation for all of our veterans, but particularly for those who served during Viet Nam. It also gave me deeper insight into my father, who fought in Korea. It''s a powerful novel, and will speak to many people on many levels.
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James B. Cookinham
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Very Powerful and a Must Read!!
Reviewed in the United States on June 9, 2020
This book of fiction tells the story of young men going to fight as Marines in Vietnam. They were introduced to the horror of combat a few days after arriving. The pressure of war formed strong bonds between the Marines who survived. The men that perished were forever... See more
This book of fiction tells the story of young men going to fight as Marines in Vietnam. They were introduced to the horror of combat a few days after arriving. The pressure of war formed strong bonds between the Marines who survived. The men that perished were forever remembered by those who survived.

The book goes on to tell the story of lives of those who returned to “The World” after experiencing such trauma. The struggles of those who returned were painful and in some cases debilitating but always real and the subject of many nightmares.

The book answers questions we have had over the years concerning those who fought in that painful war. Their perspective of looking back to what happened fifty years ago and how the front line Marines learned to live with those horrific memories is powerful.

I thought the book was truthful, powerful and worthwhile reading. I highly recommend “A Quiet Cadence” and I thank the author for sharing so moving a story.
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Captivating
Reviewed in the United States on June 1, 2020
An incredible novel about the Vietnam War as told through the eyes of a Marine rifleman who experiences the terrible realities of combat, the deep bonds among fellow soldiers who fight for one another, and the struggle to find inner peace long after returning home.... See more
An incredible novel about the Vietnam War as told through the eyes of a Marine rifleman who experiences the terrible realities of combat, the deep bonds among fellow soldiers who fight for one another, and the struggle to find inner peace long after returning home.

This story combines an unflinching portrayal of combat with a strong sense of compassion for those on both sides of the fight and for those caught in the middle. The reader feels the inner conflict of young men raised with a strong moral core who have been thrust into participating in the immoralities of war.

The story is captivating and hard to put down. After reading it, I have even greater appreciation and admiration for those who have served and are currently serving in combat roles. Our country will be forever indebted to them and their families.
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Cheryl B.
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A moving story about the resilience of the soul
Reviewed in the United States on November 15, 2020
While I lived through the Viet Nam era, I did not serve in the military nor did I feel it necessary to protest the war. I saluted the service of our young men and women without having the benefit of knowing what they truly endured. Mark Treanor does an excellent job... See more
While I lived through the Viet Nam era, I did not serve in the military nor did I feel it necessary to protest the war. I saluted the service of our young men and women without having the benefit of knowing what they truly endured.
Mark Treanor does an excellent job of building his characters so that the reader truly feels the depth of each individual. A Quiet Cadence provides a great insight into the Viet Nam experience.
It is a book that is difficult to put down and will move you to tears as you turn the pages. You will feel the emotional and spiritual struggles that Marty McClure has to contend with as he endures the horrific struggles of losing his buddies. You will feel his slide from his happy carefree teenage years to his too early and heavily weighted adulthood.
This book is perhaps one of the most well written and informative pieces that I have read and I would recommend it to anyone who might have a curiosity about the era. Beyond that, I believe it can be a healing read for any young service personnel.
Thank you Mark Treanor for your service to your country and to your fellow Marines.
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Van Beck
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"A Quiet Cadence" - Five Stars
Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2020
This is a compelling book which is beautifully written and edited. Every word and phrase count. I read the book in 24 hours as I could not put it down, primarily due to the character development and Marty McClure''s story. Mark Treanor''s novel combines strong, memorable... See more
This is a compelling book which is beautifully written and edited. Every word and phrase count. I read the book in 24 hours as I could not put it down, primarily due to the character development and Marty McClure''s story. Mark Treanor''s novel combines strong, memorable characters with history of the period in Vietnam and the United States. To write this book, the author had to live Vietnam on the ground, but very few if any others could have written this novel. I was left wishing the book had been longer. We very much need for the ultimate lessons of "A Quiet Cadence" - a continuing faith and trust in each other and the true capabilities of America - to surface in our Country. Thanks, Van Beck
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Insight into the personal side of war in a captivating fictional novel
Reviewed in the United States on July 28, 2021
I do not usually read war novels, but I am so glad I made an exception for ''A Quiet Cadence''. This novel combines adept character development and life philosophy within the framework of a still controversial war. The author makes you feel as though you are with the soldiers... See more
I do not usually read war novels, but I am so glad I made an exception for ''A Quiet Cadence''. This novel combines adept character development and life philosophy within the framework of a still controversial war. The author makes you feel as though you are with the soldiers as they enter possibly hostile villages, ford rice paddies in the field and courageously pick their way through minefields, sharing a battle perspective that only war veterans have experienced. We follow the main character as he adjusts to life after his tour of duty and faces the trauma that Vietnam vets endured at home. What the author manages to do is to make the anguish personal, believable and heartbreakingly sad. This is a riveting read for civilians and any veteran, and if your book club is searching for a book that generates great discussion, add ''A Quiet Cadence'' to your list.
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Alicia
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A compelling read
Reviewed in the United States on June 23, 2020
This novel will evoke memories of a bitter and torn time in our country. Reading it as someone who was very much against the war in Vietnam, it gave me a different perspective on the what it was like for those who chose to serve. But most especially it tells a poignant... See more
This novel will evoke memories of a bitter and torn time in our country. Reading it as someone who was very much against the war in Vietnam, it gave me a different perspective on the what it was like for those who chose to serve. But most especially it tells a poignant story of those who were drafted, as well as some of the politics of the war I had not been aware of till reading it. The story is well crafted with believable and endearing characters who convey the depth of the tragedy this war was. The author''s first hand experiences certainly add compelling veracity to the plot along with an intimate knowledge of what this war was like for those "with boots on the ground." It''s a painful read AND a powerful one.
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louise fraser
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Utterly disappointing
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 29, 2020
Seriously disappointed. Slow to start, poorly written and clichés galore. The middle of the book was much better but over too soon and then came the demise of the only book I have never bothered to finish. Dull, drawn out drivel and written as if using the last gasps of air...See more
Seriously disappointed. Slow to start, poorly written and clichés galore. The middle of the book was much better but over too soon and then came the demise of the only book I have never bothered to finish. Dull, drawn out drivel and written as if using the last gasps of air of a sigh. Put down never to be picked up.
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