Military

The Drum of Destiny: Gabriel Cooper & the Road to Revolution

Publication Date: 08/11/2020

A discarded drum and a dream, at the dawn of the American Revolution. Twelve-year-old orphan, Gabriel Cooper, dodges Tories, overcomes sickness and the perils of a patriot, as he journeys from New York to Boston along the Post Road, to join the fight for freedom. Accessible and exciting, The Drum…

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The Cannon of Courage: Gabriel Cooper & the Noble Train of Artillery

Publication Date: 08/11/2020

From Chris Stevenson, author of The Drum of Destiny, comes Gabriel Cooper’s next Revolutionary War adventure. Middle-grade historical fiction at its best, Gabriel Cooper is the Johnny Tremain for a new generation. As the Winter of 1775 approaches, the British have taken up residence in Boston. The fledgling Continental Army…

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Sea of Fire: A Thriller

Publication Date: 08/04/2020

A lone wolf spy's frantic race to prevent a nuclear war on the Korean peninsula while saving the love of his life from a North Korean prison. In Sea of Fire Patrick Featherstone, a former JSOC sniper is pressed back into service to find CIA agent Tyler Kang who has…

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Rogue Sentinel

Publication Date: 07/21/2020

From Tom Wither, Author of THE INHERITOR and AUTUMN FIRE, comes ROGUE SENTINEL, an international thriller that puts the reader in the heart of the intelligence and special operations communities. Rogue Sentinel is an international thriller that puts the reader in the heart of the special operations and intelligence communities…

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Spies of the Deep: The Untold Truth About the Most Terrifying Incident in Submarine Naval History and How Putin Used The Tragedy To Ignite a New Cold War

Publication Date: 07/14/2020

Twenty years after the most terrifying submarine disaster in naval history, the untold story about why the Russians buried the truth and how Vladimir Putin used the incident to ignite a new Cold War finally comes to light. A decade after the Cold War and just a few months after…

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Pont Neuf

Publication Date: 07/07/2020

From bestselling writer Max Byrd comes an unforgettable evocation and portrait of Paris at the end of the second World War. The splendidly gifted (and faintly scandalous) writer Martha Gellhorn, Hemingway’s famously unhappy third wife, is the presiding spirit over a great romance. Two American soldiers, torn apart by the…

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Japan’s Secret War: How Japan’s Race to Build its Own Atomic Bomb Provided the Groundwork for North Korea’s Nuclear Program Third Edition: Revised and Updated

Publication Date: 12/10/2019

How Japan’s World War II race to build an atomic bomb fathered North Korea’s nuclear threat. This revised and greatly updated third edition of Japan’s Secret War is a groundbreaking, thoroughly sourced investigation into one of the least-known, yet highly significant episodes of World War II: Japan’s frantic race to…

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50 Weapons That Changed Warfare

Publication Date: 08/27/2019

From the spear to the nuclear bomb, this is a reckoning of the most significant weapons throughout history. William Weir, author of 50 Battles That Changed the World, takes another look at the history of warfare by focusing on the hardware that served those famous battles. In this text, you’ll uncover:…

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Invincible (Ice Hammer Book 3)

Publication Date: 07/16/2019

The war is in its third year. No help is coming. America is no more. Brad Stone could not escape the image of his first wife’s mangled body in the opening days of the invasion. Now he cannot escape the image of seeing her alive two years later, and in…

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Wetwork Repair

Publication Date: 07/09/2019

In this compelling thriller, anything is possible and no one in high government circles is safe. Wetwork Repair is the gripping and troubling tale of an experienced CIA clandestine officer and a rising NSA star in the nation’s capital. First, a highly-respected expert on Iran and Saudi Arabia is killed in…

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