Thirty-five long years and I was still seeking answers. If I could make someone in the government listen to the facts, I knew they’d want to act on them. After all, who wouldn’t want to find one of our POW/MIAs from the Vietnam War? IS ANYBODY LISTENING? tells of dignitaries, presidents and those involved with the POW/MIA issue as I’ve known it since November 1968 when my husband, a Special Forces officer, became missing-in-action. The pages reveal my feelings and torment during my many trips to Southeast Asia in search of answers, and my frustrations while wandering the halls of Washington D.C. for help. The book was written to show the issue’s insidious cover-up and my commitment to the truth.