Audie Murphy in Saigon

By Edgar Tiffany

Vietnam has become a word synonymous with American failure, a lost cause that exhausted manpower and resources. Edgar Tiffany’s Audie Murphy in Saigon attests to this. The book is divided into his long essay accounts of his experiences as a medic during the Vietnam War....

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In the Blood

By Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman

Iowa, 1948. Readers are presented with a bleak illustration of intolerance in America when you are judged by your skin color. In the Blood is inspirational in its plot, yet manages to picture a setting that is dangerous for a band of black jazz musicians...

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Finding Rosie

By W. B. Edwards

Paul Sutton and Don Frank, who just graduated high school in Santa Monica, were surfing buddies. The Vietnam War and the draft were in full swing. Both young men joined the Naval Air Reserves, and both were stationed at Subic Bay in the Philippines. When...

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Forbidden Woman

By Blair Bronwyn

Have you ever started a book, debated continuing, but something the protagonist has said or felt compels you to read on? That’s what happened to me when I began reading Forbidden Woman by Blair Bronwyn. There was something about Lucille, pregnant and abandoned, that spoke...

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Neither Officers Nor Gentlemen

A Fiction of Piracy + Plunder
By Jake Lanum

Neither Officers Nor Gentlemen: A Fiction of Piracy + Plunder is a work of fiction in the historical, adventure, and action sub-genres, and was penned by author Jake Lanum. The work is intended for mature readers as it does contain some use of explicit language,...

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The Poseidon Network

By Kathryn Gauci

The Poseidon Network is a work of fiction in the historical, emotional drama, and espionage sub-genres, and was penned by author Kathryn Gauci. Set during the Second World War, this engrossing and atmospheric drama tells the tale of Special Operations Executive Larry Hadley who arrives...

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The Destiny

Book III of The Prophecy
By Jerena Tobiasen

The Destiny is Book III of The Prophecy by Jerena Tobiasen, a historical tale featuring compelling characters and strong themes. The story begins with the birth of Miriam in post-war Amsterdam in 1952, and all that Mina Kota and her mother want is to protect...

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The White Apron

By Christine Eyres

The White Apron by Christine Eyres is the story of Agnes as she goes through hell to live safely. Agnes Watt was not expecting life to hit her that hard. Everything changed after she married William Miller. Living in poverty proved to be more difficult...

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Crossroads of the Mediterranean

The Sicily Chronicles, Part II
By Dick Rosano

Crossroads of the Mediterranean is the second novel in The Sicily Chronicles by Dick Rosano. Luca was not expecting his visit to Sicily to change his life forever, but it did. He met Vito, a strange man, and that meeting became the starting point of...

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NewCastle

By William Wendell Walters

NewCastle by William Wendell Walters is real southern fiction. NewCastle belongs to the Richards, a highly influential family, but the entire plantation is heading for disaster. The family doesn’t care about others, walking all over them without a thought. Wilbur thinks he rules NewCastle but...

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