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Serpents Underfoot, D.C. Gilbert

Espionage & Conspiracy, Literature & Fiction, Military Fiction, Mystery & Suspense, Thriller & Psychological Thriller

At least one member of JD Cordell’s family has fought in every conflict that the United States has been involved in as far back as the French and Indian War. This included his father, Curtis Cordell, who married the beautiful South Vietnamese woman who saved his life deep in the jungles of Vietnam. JD grew … Read more

Scarred: A Civil War Novel of Redemption, Michael Kenneth Smith

Historical Fiction, Literature & Fiction, Military Fiction

After fatally shooting the Confederate sharpshooter who killed his best friend, Zach Harkin’s sense of revenge changes to deep remorse when he views the dead man’s diary and photo. Haunted, suffering from posttraumatic stress, and unable to serve, he is mustered out of service.With scant information, he begins an epic journey to search for the … Read more

The Chief and His Marine, B.A. Sherman

Action & Adventure, Contemporary Fiction, Literature & Fiction, Military Fiction

Too many fathers and mothers know the feeling of pride but also the dread that follows a son or daughter going off to war. And along with dread, when the worst you can imagine happens, there is sorrow … and anger. Sometimes there is more. Join author B.A. Sherman at his most stirring and shocking … Read more

Refugee, Reece Pocock

Contemporary Fiction, Historical Fiction, Literature & Fiction, Military Fiction

In North Africa in the 1940s, two men – Bill, an Australian and Rolf, a German – confront each other in a one-to-one fight in the vicious battles around Tobruk. Both are forever scared physically and mentally. Later, when Rolf is fighting in Italy, he learns of the Dresden fire bombing, deserts and returns home … Read more

The Beech Tree, Don Phelan

Contemporary Fiction, Historical Fiction, Literature & Fiction, Military Fiction

The Beech Tree introduces you to the lives of those who visited the tree and shared their lives, their loves, their hopes, and dreams, beneath the tree’s dark green canopy … and their curious, inexplicable connection to one another. The readers are introduced to Johnny and Margo, the first characters to visit the tree, just … Read more

When Can I Stop Running? , John Podlaski

Action & Adventure, Historical Fiction, Literature & Fiction, Memoir & Biography, Military Fiction, Thriller & Psychological Thriller

John Podlaski’s encore Vietnam War novel brings back John (‘Polack’) Kowalski, the central character in ‘Cherries’, and introduces us to Louis (‘LG’) Gladwell, his irrepressible black friend. Polack and LG are a ‘Salt and Pepper’ team, best buddies and brothers in a way that only those who have fought side-by-side in a war can ever … Read more

Cherries, John Podlaski

Action & Adventure, Humor & Satire, Literature & Fiction, Military Fiction, Thriller & Psychological Thriller

In 1970, John Kowalski is one of many young, naive teenage soldiers sent to Vietnam to fight in an unpopular war. Dubbed “Cherries” by their more seasoned peers, these newbies suddenly found themselves thrust into the middle of a terrible nightmare – literally forced to become men overnight. On-the-job-training is intense, however, most of these … Read more