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Punk's War: A Novel

by Ward Carroll

An F-14 aviator takes his readers into the cockpits, ready-rooms, and bunkrooms of today's Navy to show what it's like to fight in a time of so-called peace. From the opening chapter where a Tomcat fighter squadron's...


Heaven Has No Favorites: A Novel

by Erich Maria Remarque, Richard Winston & Clara Winston

From one of the twentieth century’s master novelists, the author of the classic All Quiet on the Western Front, comes Heaven Has No Favorites, a bittersweet story of unconventional love that sweeps across...


The Long Green Shore: Text Classics

by John Hepworth & Lloyd Jones

Written in 1947 but not published until 1995, John Hepworth's debut novel is a gripping account of Australian soldiers fighting in New Guinea at the end of World War II.

The product of Hepworth's own experience,...


The Fearless Man: A Novel of Vietnam

by Donald Pfarrer

The main male character in The Fearless Man is Captain MacHugh Clare, skipper of Delta Company, who wisely lets his company gunnery sergeant, Gunny Hitchcock, execute his orders without interference.

Mac is (or...


Tin Soldiers

by Michael Farmer

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Tank Boys

by Stephen Dando-Collins

A gripping story that brings to life one of Australia's World War I military victories. Frankie and Taz didn't think about killing, or dying, when they lied about their age to join the Australian army. They...


My Beautiful Enemy

by Cory Taylor

Shortlisted for the Miles Franklin Literary Award, 2014.

A heartbreaking story of love and loss set against the backdrop of a Japanese internment camp in Victoria during WW2.

Arthur Wheeler is haunted by his...


Alles Fur Deutschland

by Karl Brockmann

The Eastern Front 1943. A massive Russian offensive has fragmented the German frontlines forcing them into a fighting retreat back towards the Oder River to establish defensive bridgeheads in an attempt to slow...


Whittington Manor

by Claire Louise Voet

Whittington Manor is a Second World War love story. It is 1939 Sarah Whittington is a young girl of 16 years, the youngest child of Lord and Lady Whittington. She meets Joe Lambert, a land worker from Portsmouth,...


A Different World

by Mary Nichols

London, 1939. As WWII breaks out across Europe, teacher Louise Fairhurst and her class are evacuated from their school to the quiet farming village of Cottlesham, Norfolk. Uprooted and forced to start her life...


Lipstick in Afghanistan

by Roberta Gately

Roberta Gately’s lyrical and authentic debut novel—inspired by her own experiences as a nurse in third world war zones—is one woman’s moving story of offering help and finding hope in the last place...


The Trident Deception

by Rick Campbell

“The best submarine novel since Tom Clancy’s The Hunt for Red October.” —Booklist (starred review)

The USS Kentucky—a Trident ballistic missile submarine carrying a full complement of 192 nuclear warheads—is...


Girl by the Road at Night: A Novel of Vietnam

by David Rabe

David Rabe’s award-winning Vietnam plays have come to embody our collective fears, doubts, and tenuous grasp of a war that continues to haunt. Partially written upon his return from the war, Girl by the Road...


Hold My Hand It's Dark

by James Hills

"He stood alone, and during those few moments John felt the presence of malevolence together with a feeling of betrayal of all decent instincts within himself." This is the true story of a young man, not yet...


Comrades of War

by Sven Hassel

There were not so much people as animals. Sometimes small and frightened, huddling together in cattle cars, wounds gaping, tongues swelling even as they licked the moist frost from the walls... Grievously wounded...


Liquidate Paris

by Sven Hassel

I had a grenade in my hand. So, no doubt, did the English private. I tore out the pin with my teeth. Lay there and counted. Twenty-one, twenty-two, twenty-three, twenty-four... It is Hitler's last chance to...


Wheels of Terror

by Sven Hassel

This is a book of horrors, and should be left alone by those prone to nightmares. Sven Hassel's descriptions of the atrocities committed by both sides are the most horrible indictments of war I have ever read...


Legion of the Damned

by Sven Hassel

An extraordinary book, which has captured the attention of all of Europe' - NEW YORK TIMES 'LEGION OF THE DAMNED is an incredible picture of totalitarianism, of stupefying injustice ... He is graphic, at times...


Ogpu Prison

by Sven Hassel

O.G.P.U PRISON is one of Sven Hassel's most compulsively readable novels, full of battle scenes, written in the gritty style that Hassel is renowned for. Now relaunched with a stunning new look.


March Battalion

by Sven Hassel

Danger was forgotten, death was forgotten, the war was forgotten. They only knew they had to kill... The figures in khaki were no longer soldiers, no longer men. Sven Hassel and his comrades are once more hurled...