Military

At First Light: A True World War II Story of a Hero and His Horse

Publication Date: 04/19/2022

What makes 2nd Lieutenant Phil Larimore’s story special is what happened in World War II’s closing days and the people—and horses—he interacted with in this Forrest Gump-like tale that is emotional, heartbreaking, and inspiring. Growing up in the 1930s in Memphis, Tennessee, Phil Larimore is the ultimate Boy Scout—able to…

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Ghostriders 1976-1995: “Invictus” Combat History of the AC-130 Spectre Gunship, Iran, El Salvador, Grenada, Panama, Iraq, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Somalia (2)

Publication Date: 02/22/2022

Resistance is futile. You can run, but you’ll only die tired. The AC-130 Gunship was quickly developed in 1968 to provide fire support for ground forces in Vietnam. Twenty-eight C-130 cargo aircraft were converted into AC-130s for night attack operations. The AC-130 was crude, ugly, ad hoc, and detested by…

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The New Land

Publication Date: 11/16/2021

From bestselling historian and storyteller David O. Stewart, The New Land brings the reader back in time to tell uniquely American stories—full of adventure, excitement, heartbreak, and a tapestry of richly developed characters. Lose yourself in the challenges and emotions of eighteenth-century Maine.  In 1753, Johann Oberstrasse’s wife, Christianne, announces that their…

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The Navigation Case: Training, Flying and Fighting the 1942 to 1945 New Guinea War

Publication Date: 11/02/2021

The Navigation Case reveals the drama and sacrifice expended by America’s pioneering pilots’ first ever demonstration of air superiority, during the greatest campaign in U.S. Air Force history. An aged and glossy leather briefcase was discovered when our family house was cleaned out and sold. We came to learn that…

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Surviving Dresden: A Novel about Life, Death, and Redemption in World War II

Publication Date: 10/12/2021

Surviving Dresden beautifully portrays the poignant and inspiring human struggle between good and evil in the search for peace during the last bloody days of World War II. On the ground that horrific night is a courageous young Jewish woman, Gisela Kauffmann. Having just received orders to be herded off…

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Ranger School: Discipline, Direction, Determination

Publication Date: 08/10/2021

From Jimmy Blackmon, author of Pale Horse: Hunting Terrorists and Commanding Heroes with the 101st Airborne Division and Cowboys Over Iraq: Leadership from the Saddle, comes a blow by blow account of his journey through the most challenging leadership and small tactics course in the world—U.S. Army Ranger School. Through…

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Marathon War: Leadership in Combat in Afghanistan

Publication Date: 05/25/2021

From Major General Jeffrey Schloesser—former Commanding General of the 101st Airborne Division and Regional Command-East—comes a revealing memoir of leadership in the chaos and fog of the Afghanistan War. Join Major General Schloesser in the daily grind of warfare fought in the most forbidding of terrain, with sometimes uncertain or…

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Status-6: An NCIS Special Ops Thriller

Publication Date: 04/13/2021

What’s the next nightmare after the coronavirus? An NCIS agent and British scientist must stop an AI-controlled Russian submarine from exposing hundreds of millions to a deadly fallout far worse than any virus. Deep beneath the Arctic Ocean, a covert team of Chinese operatives uses stolen U.S. technology to capture…

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Rings of Fire: A Thriller

Publication Date: 02/23/2021

Patrick Featherstone—hero of Sea of Fire—frantically tries to unravel a plot by North Korean terrorists to destroy the Tokyo Olympics. In Rings of Fire, former Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) sniper Patrick Featherstone has been hired as the Head Security Consultant for the Tokyo Olympics based on his success in…

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The Remarkable Cause: A Novel of James Lovell and the Crucible of the Revolution

Publication Date: 02/23/2021

James Lovell desperately wants to help the American cause, but alone in a cold, dark cell in the Boston Stone Jail, his dreams seem a faint illusion. In icy March winds, pounded by the Americans’ cannon, General Howe evacuates British troops and Loyalists from Boston. James Lovell is forced into…

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