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Slaver's Wheel: A Green Beret's True Story of His Classified Mission in the Congo

by Jack Lawson

The Congo, 1960. The United Nations grants the former colony independence from Belgium. Patrice Lumumba becomes prime minister. All hell breaks loose. This is the true, never-before-told story of a clandestine...


Born to Travel: A European Odyssey

by Jan Frazier

Tasha Nelson - romantic, inquisitive, charming and in need of a break from life after her husband dies - asks for a leave of absence from her teaching job. She wants to get away for six months in order to try...


The Frost Weeds: Vietnam: 1964-1965

by James Oliveri

During the early years of the Vietnam War, a small group of American soldiers carried the fight to the Viet Cong and the North Vietnamese Army, often under difficult circumstances. Their sacrifices generally...


By What Is Sure to Follow

by Donald Burton

Ex-Marine Force Recon Luke Sims is a veteran of two wars: Vietnam and the one inside his head. He's spent the last fourteen years attending self-help group sessions at a local Veterans' Center to help him be...


Green Card Soldier

by Bruce Zielsdorf

Green Card Soldier is the story of Andro Babich--a naive, but inquisitive Bosnian teenage soccer star--as told by Heath Winslow--a cynical, self-deprecating war correspondent. Set amidst the civil-war ravaged...


Rowing Against the Wind

by Angela Madsen

In September of 1993, at the age of 33, Angela Madsen underwent back surgery for an injury she sustained while on duty in the military. Her goal was to be walking and surfing within one year but the surgery...


To Heal and to Serve: Women Army Doctors in World War Two

by Mercedes Graf

The book covers the subject of WWII women medical officers in-depth--something that has not been previously attempted. Since commissioning was not granted until April of 1943, their Army service was relatively...


A Fellow of Infinite Jest: A Luke Jones Novel

by T.B. Smith

Unconventional police rookie Luke Jones is back to work after reluctantly killing a man he knew and liked in order to save the life of a partner he despises. Although labeled a hero by some, he's soon up to...


This is the Army, Mr. Jones!: The WWII V-Mail Cartoons of Harry E. Chrisman

by Sheryl Jones

An amazing collection of more than 200 WWII V-mails created by artist and author Harry E. Chrisman during his service in the Pacific Theatre of Operations from 1943-45. Chrisman, who went on to become a newspaper...


Once Upon a War: The Diary of a Waiting Wife

by Joan Diehl

Once Upon a War: The Diary of a Waiting Wife, is a heartfelt memoir that relates how the author's family and many others survived separation from loved ones during the Vietnam War. Together, they awaited their...


Long Ago and Far Away: A World War Two Novel

by Robert Eynon Sampson

Long Ago and Far Away is set in the American Zone of Occupation in war-torn Germany just after the end of the Second World War. The St. Georgen Depot in rural Bavaria is part of the Allied effort to destroy...


Bridges to Survival

by J.A. Stallings

Bridges to Survival is a WWII behind-enemy-lines thriller and a coming-of-age tale set in Verona, Italy and the Brenner Pass. Eighteen-year-old Harry is forever changed by the friendships forged in the smelter...


American Brother

by Elisa M. Camara

On October 23, 1983, a suicide bomber rammed a truck filled with explosives into barracks housing United States Marines in Beirut, Lebanon. Two hundred forty-one Americans died that day. Among them, Sgt. Mecot...


Charlie Chasers: History of USAF AC-119

by Larry Elton Fletcher

Charlie Chasers tells the amazing story of the AC-119 Shadow gunships and their crews who wreaked havoc on the enemy during the Vietnam War. The fixed-wing aircraft provided close fire support of U.S. and friendly...


Cobra Clearance

by Richard Craig Anderson

The world economy is already in severe crisis when Amahl, a cunning Middle Eastern fanatic, butchers Morgan Melchior-America's second black president-on live TV. Amahl's name is linked with that of Brent Kruger,...


Korea: Traces of a Forgotten War

by James Butcher

The Korean War is often referred to as the forgotten war. In his book, professor James N. Butcher relives his experiences as an infantryman with Fox Company of the 17th Infantry Regiment, during the final year...


Swiss-Made Heroes

by Kevin Stringer

Swiss-Made Heroes provides a biographical array of nine military officers, all with Swiss roots, in a single volume that covers a period from the Middle Ages to World War II. This unique set of leaders had an...


Life in the French Foreign Legion: How to Join and What to Expect When You Get There

by Evan McGorman

Forget all your preconceptions about the French Foreign Legion. Many of the legends you grew up with no longer apply, so whatever you've heard probably does not reflect the reality of service today. Evan McGorman...


Three Tastes of Nuoc Mam: The Brown Water Navy and Visits to Vietnam

by Douglas Branson

During the War, Vietnam's coast had to be protected against Viet Cong ambushes and smuggling. The U.S. forces had destroyers, cruisers and gargantuan aircraft carriers, none suited for inshore patrol. This is...


Atlas Drugged: Ayn Rand Be Damned!

by Stephen Goldstein

Here is the long-overdue obituary for the unbridled greed glorified by Atlas Shrugged and the prophet of profit. In RandÆs story, she let free-marketers John Galt, Dagney Taggart, and their accomplices return...