The B-17 Tomahawk Warrior

A WWII Final Honor
By David E. Huntley

The B-17 Tomahawk Warrior: A WWII Final Honor is a work of non-fiction in the military history, slice of life, and personal stories subgenres. It is best suited to the general adult audience as it depicts the harsh realities and losses of war. Penned by...

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Mac

The Wind Beneath My Wings
By Sherry Hobbs

Mac: The Wind Beneath My Wings is a work of non-fiction penned by author Sherry Hobbs in the biography, military history, and slice-of-life subgenres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience. Readers are invited to experience a heartfelt tribute to the author's...

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Growing Up Army

The story of a soldier, his loving wife, and their nine adventurous Army Brats traveling the world in service to our country
By Robert R Heath

Military families are always on the move, traveling around the world. Bob's family was no exception. Sergeant Major Richard "Dick" Heath and his beautiful wife, Virginia Mae, or Jinny, raised nine children: Dan, Dave, Bob, Mike, Rachel, Jim, Steve, Rick, and Pat. Richard's and Virginia's...

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Buddy's War

A World War II Medic's Journey and the Power of Family
By Barry A Lehman

Buddy's War: A World War II Medic's Journey and the Power of Family penned by author Barry A. Lehman is a work of non-fiction in the military, historical, and personal stories subgenres, best suited to the general adult reading audience. Readers are invited into an...

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Saving Sandoval

A True Story
By Craig W Drummond

Saving Sandoval by Craig W. Drummond is a good read for an interesting look into the military justice process. Sandoval is a sniper based in the field, and while on leave from his tour, he is arrested and charged with various felonies, all serious in...

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Avoiding Muddy Foxholes

A Story of an American Bombardier
By Jim Loveless

Avoiding Muddy Foxholes by Jim Loveless is an inspiring, against-all-odds story about a bombardier who escaped death narrowly in different situations while fighting for the US in World War II. Dick, Jim's father, was in the early stages of his relationship with beautiful Mary when...

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Boundless Brothers

Two Warriors from the Heartland, One Mission for the Homeland
By Ronald A. Lambrecht, Steven S. Lambrecht

Boundless Brothers: Two Warriors from the Heartland, One Mission for the Homeland is a work of non-fiction in the military, history, and personal journey subgenres. It is best suited to mature readers owing to its discussion of military violence and the use of explicit language...

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The Lucky Seven

One airman’s remarkable true wartime story of escape and evasion from German-occupied Europe, and the brave résistance fighters who delivered him to freedom.
By Norman W Holden

History is too often recorded in dates, names, and events. Even recording the earthshaking history of WWII succumbs to academic formulae. Unless and until history is given life by recording the individual stories of the men and women who lived, indeed who were the history,...

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You Dream Every Night That I Am Home

Letters from a young Civil War soldier to his wife in Eckley, a town in the anthracite coal fields of northeastern Pennsylvania
By Melanie Akren-Dickson

You Dream Every Night That I Am Home: Letters from a Young Civil War Soldier to his Wife in Eckley, a town in the anthracite coal fields of northern Pennsylvania by Melanie Akren-Dickson is a profoundly personal, meticulously researched, and documented record of a simple...

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Where Cowards Go to Die

By Benjamin Sledge

Benjamin Sledge, a seasoned combat veteran who served a portion of his time under the Special Operations Command, departs for Afghanistan shortly after the terrorist attacks of September 11. Throughout this memoir, he vividly captures the reality of the men and women who learn to...

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