Fair Winds of Death

By B. R. Wade, Jr.

Fair Winds of Death by B. R. Wade, Jr. is military fiction at its finest. The NIS of the 1970s was nothing like what we have today. They had no internet, mobile phones, or computers; all they had were their minds. LTC Marcus Colt is...

Fracture

By Elyse Hoffman

Fracture is a historical romance thriller set against the backdrop of World War II Nazi Germany. Written by Elyse Hoffman, the book follows Private Franz Keidel, an SS soldier who is on a single-minded mission to capture, torture, and execute Jews on behalf of the...

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Finding My Reflection

By Frederick Mulae

In Finding My Reflection, Frederick Mulae tells the story of an Italian-Australian soldier, Marshall Della Casa, who joins the war in Vietnam where he meets Ed, Matt, Bruno, and Dudley. Surviving the hardships and the horrors of the Vietnam War gives them confidence and a...

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Fighting the Bad War

By Angelo Presicci

It is now almost fifty years since the drawn-out and bloody war in Viet Nam came to an inglorious end in 1975. It was a war that many want to forget. The effects are still evident in the form of post-traumatic stress disorder suffered by...

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Flights for Freedom

By Steven Burgauer

Flights for Freedom is a work of fiction in the military and historical subgenres and was penned by author Steven Burgauer. Set during the air fights and occupations of the First World War, this work is best suited to the adult reading audience and contains...

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Father's Violin

By John Hope

Father's Violin by John Hope is a moving historical fiction novel set against the backdrop of post-World War II Germany, where Soviet and American forces have solidified their stronghold over Berlin. It follows a thirteen-year-old boy named Hertz, who must survive starvation and the hostile...

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Finnegan Found

Surviving the POW Camps on the Yalu
By John N. Powers

The Korean War (1950-1953) has been called the “Forgotten War”. Tucked away between the sweeping victories of WWII and the debacle of Vietnam, details of this first armed conflict of the “Cold War” have been swept under the rug. So too have the sordid details...

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Family Skeletons

Baker City: Hearts & Haunts - Book 3
By Josie Malone

Family Skeletons is the third book in the Baker City: Hearts & Haunts series by Josie Malone, a compulsive romance that is emotionally loaded and psychologically rich. Sullivan Barlow is a first-class Sergeant who has served in Afghanistan and it was there that she lost...

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Finding Father

Vietnam 50 Years After
By Peter Glick

Finding Father is an adventure novel about two men in search of their fathers' roots in Vietnam and discovering themselves in the process. Written by Peter S. Glick, Finding Father follows Y'Dun, an American lawyer of Vietnamese ancestry, whose discovery of his father's journals leads...

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Fly Toward Death

By Sally A. Laughlin

The year is 1941 and Nazi Germany is at war with Soviet Russia as well as most of Europe. In a break with tradition, the Soviet army begins recruiting women to train as soldiers and pilots to fight for the motherland. We follow three women...

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