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James L. Sullivan

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The Scapegoat

By James Sullivan, Ph.D.


The Scapegoat

 

I did not have financial transactions
with that man...

While serving as a major in Vietnam in 1972, Jim Sullivan wrote what he considered to be a joke, which indicated he was considering selling highly classified information to the press.

When Sullivan was re-assigned he realized his career was over. He decided to take action by suing, which ended in a courtroom battle. A captain, a military-intelligence operative, and a brilliant army lawyer recognized Sullivan had been seriously wronged and secretly worked together to resolve his predicament.

25% of the proceeds from this book will be donated to an orphanage and to needy individuals.


214 pages • 6" x 9"
978-1611702248

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About the Author:

Dr. James L. Sullivan is married and presently living in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, where his caregiver, Tran Thi Thanh, provides for all of his needs. He has four adult offspring, 11 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

A native of California, Dr. Sullivan has traveled extensively, having visited all seven continents, 146 countries and all 50 states in the US.



Bare Your Soul...
   Ruin Your Love Life!

Observations and Advice on Intimate Relationships from a former army officer turned psychologist.

By James Sullivan, Ph.D.


Mum's the word...

In this book Dr. Sullivan shows how you can improve your love life by not bringing up past experiences (confessions are rarely attractive). 

He gives concrete examples from his career as a clinical psychologist, and explains a number of issues through storytelling. Dr. Sullivan shows how he has helped people with their relationships, at times with success, but sometimes having to explain why divorce may be your best answer.

Clients report excellent results and many successful marriages.

This book contains explicit sexual content from a clinical perspective.


62 pages • 6" x 9"
ISBN: 978-1-61170-090-9

Bare Your Soul... Ruin Your Love Life
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El Vago

A Vagabond Travels Around the World.

By James Sullivan, Ph.D.


Traveling Around the World More Than Two Decades and Still Going!

James Sullivan began traveling the world in 1986, and hasn’t stopped since. Thanks to this wanderlust, he eventually traveled his way to (and through!) all seven continents and 146 countries. James used every form of transportation that was available, and was usually accompanied by his wife Diane.

When telling others of these travels, he received quite a few comments pertaining to his use of wit, descriptions and hyperbole. Thus was born one of those decisions that just seemed to make itself; “write these stories down!” He did, and began calling himself “El Vago” (“The Bum” in Spanish) in all correspondence and stories thereafter.

El Vago: A Vagabond Travels Around the World is the result of those travels with stories told by James in his own colorful, interesting and extremely personal style.


384 pages • 6" x 9"
ISBN: 978-1-61170-054-1

El Vago

"We can use many names here: vagabond, tramp, bum, traveler, wanderer, etc., all translatable in practical every day language. There are some who are addicted to this disease (as some would consider it), who of course are quite well known, i.e., Steinbeck, Hemingway, Jack London, Sterling Haydon to name a few. Of course, others became heroes because of their contributions related to their ventures: Mar Da Columbus, Cortez, Pizarro, and let’s not forget Father Serra, who was the priest responsible for the founding of the majority of Catholic missions along the California coast.

If one does not have this lure, there is no way he can understand the reason for those of us who do and the need to see the other side of the mountain." ~ Jim Sullivan

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Gypsy on a Jet...
or by any other means available: camel, elephant, donkey, eilapedated broken-down bus, 100-plus-year-old ship, motorbike, shanks' mare, etc.

by James L. Sullivan, Ph.D.


Traveling through Aftica

Jim Sullivan, aka “The Wanderer,” spent three years traveling and working through­out Africa (from January 2001 to February 2004), where he visited 22 countries while existing on an extremely limited budget. His mode of travel consisted of whatever was available (broken-down buses, ships that should have been junked years prior, backs of motor-bikes, and just plain backpacking).

A man of wit and perception, he brings to life the people of Africa, the wide gaps between poverty and wealth, and gives vivid descriptions of cities, jungles and wild animals he viewed on his great adventure. Read Sample Chapter


Note: All profits from the sale of "Gypsy on a Jet" are being donated to charities. The first donation went to the volunteers at An Binh Hospital in Vietnam. Jim traveled with hospital volunteers to bring food and medicine to extremely poor areas in the countryside.


296 pages • 6" x 9"
ISBN: 978-0-9798633-9-4

Gypsy on a Jet
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PARANOIA,
Power & Prayer

How I ruined a military career, then healed myself by helping others.

by James L. Sullivan, Ph.D.


In 1972 James Sullivan, upon being assigned to Vietnam for the second time, ended up in a key position in the central joint intelligence activity for Vietnam. There all information of all categories (Secret, Top Secret, Communication Intercepts, Cosmic, agent reports, etc.) flowed and was processed into intelligence. This intelligence was used as the basis for all joint offensive and defensive decisions throughout Southern Vietnam.

Being placed in a position as in-county chief, Sullivan had five majors plus other officers and sergeants working for him. Seven colonels were his superiors. No one was directly assisting him.

At a crucial time when it was thought an overall enemy offensive was imminent, Sullivan, with his team of 25, was required to turn out two-hour briefings with a maximum of two-hours notice. Under a high-level of nervousness, Sullivan wrote what he thought was a funny note. Three days later he was hospitalized for being psychotic. Then when he was released he was assigned to the most dangerous province in the country.


144 pages • 6" x 9"
ISBN: 978-1-61170-008-4

Paranoia, Power & Prayer
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The Devil Forgiven

By James Sullivan


The Devil Forgiven goes through many twists and turns and the reader is continuously pulled along. It concerns an extremely remorseful evil one who, after plotting against God’s plan of enhancing the universe, finally realizes his disastrous error. His remorse is so heavy he is like a cold rock floating in space with none of his previous subordinates with him. All he can think of is how can he get out of this predicament.

To be forgiven, the devil is provided the opportunity of living five lives over 1200 years to experience five types of alcoholism with a view towards eventually obtaining the means of overcoming this dreaded disease. An angel is sent to assist him, however she inwardly recognizes there is no way that such an evil entity can be saved. The work ends in an astonishing manner.


“Jim, you’ve hit it right. This one has to be a success!”
—Dan Spingola, an editor in Stockton, CA

“A little heavy on sex, nevertheless, very intriguing.”
—Gordon Pynes, retired journalist

“Dr. Sullivan, very very interesting.”
—James House, editor, Los Angeles, CA

sexual content

The Devil Forgiven

130 pages • 6" x 9"
ISBN: 978-1-61170-142-5

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The Author:James L. Sullivan
James L. Sullivan, Ph.D.

Dr. James L. Sullivan, a retired officer who left the US Army from a lieutenant colonel’s position and was a clinical psychologist.

Because he cherishes traveling and living overseas Jim is currently living in Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam, where he has adopted an orphanage. He invites you to drop him an email: JaimeLSullivan@yahoo.com




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