A Simple Seller of Noodles is the story of SamSan—born a Vietnamese peasant who rose from near-infanticide in a garbage can to be a highly sought-after interpreter for the United States and Cambodian military. This is the account of his fall from favor and ensuing imprisonment, his dramatic rescue (only to be caught up in Pol Pot's death march), his family fracture and sadistic serfdom under Khmer Rouge rule, and his near-impossible journey to freedom in Thailand and the United States.
SamSan's frantic search for his lost son and his recognition of God's hand in his many escapes from death will forever change how you view the world and those around you.
Dr. CB Skelton
C B Skelton, MD, is a retired family practitioner who served for more band forty-two years in the small town of Winder, Georgia. His practice included all facets of medicine. Early in his career he made house calls as he watched his profession burgeon greatly in scientific accuracy while it lost much of the trust and love manifested in the patient/doctor relationship. He began public writing in 1994 with a weekly column, Random Rants In Rhyme. His two self-published books, Dirty Laundry Don’t Take No Doctor’s Orders (mostly funny stories from his medical practice) and Fil-osophy / Phool-osophy (a compilation of his better rhymes) have been popular locally.