Threatened with Government intervention to stop publication of, Miller’s expose about those responsible for chemical and biological fratricide among American Desert Storm Gulf War veterans, publication of “America’s Disposable Soldiers” was delayed for five years in the late 1990’s by Pentagon concerns of criminal liability. To avoid endless Pentagon interference with the book’s publication, it was finally printed in Canada in 2002 by Trafford Publishing.   

During the research for the book all who became aware of what really happened expressed shock and disgust. In page after page the book exposes America’s criminal involvement in Saddam’s massive chemical and biological warfare (CBW) program of the 1980’s. These CBW agents were then exposed to half a million American servicemen who gathered south of Iraq in 1992 for Operation Desert Storm. When tens of thousands of them then fell seriously ill in the aftermath, Miller challenged DOD for deliberately covering up the real cause of the CBW problem.

Miller’s 2002 book forced Washington, the Pentagon, and Veterans Administration to recant their cover-up and admit the extensive exposure of CBW involvement in ‘Gulf War Illness.’    


“Bob Miller follows in the footsteps of Eric Ambler, Len Deighton and John Le Carre in exposing the shadow world of international intrigue, espionage and global terrorism. An essential read, shedding needed light on a dark world few know of have seen, and moral ambiguities facing those engaged in the game.” Jacques Paul Klein, Under-Secretary, United Nations. (Retired) and Major General, USAF, (Retired)

“Miller gives the reader he’s right there, where murder, treason, duplicity and perfidity play out. Cold shudders, bottomless wrath, and surging pleasure alternate as the surprising turns of these cliff hanging plots and counter-plots twist on to the very last page. This story is a mid-night oil burner difficult to put down. His plots are for the lovers of hard action.”  G. Rossback, Cold War Soviet analyst. Bremen, Germany.   

“Too real to be fiction – and too intriguing to put down. Miller has lived the experience and seen the deceptions!” John Zimmerlee, Chairman, United States Korean War POW/MIA families Historian.

“A tour de force of the shadow world – fast paced, sometimes raw and hard hitting – intrigue and uncertainty that makes it feel real.” Colonel Norman Abramson, USAF (Retired), United States Intelligence Service.

“One thing comes across loud and clear – Miller knows what he writes about. He knows the offbeat and exotic places, how real people react in unusual circumstances. His dialogue fits like a glove, be it Beltway jargon, Greek patois or sub rosa messaging. You never know where the action will take you, from Washington’s black tie dinners to slogging through the sands of the Negev. I’m convinced he writes totally from ‘been there and done that’ experience.” Michael Badzioch. Scientist and International Traveler Rapporteur. Texas.