A Matter of Semantics

A Young Officer's Decision: Duty or Loyalty in the Vietnam War
By Frank Linik

A young infantry rifle platoon leader must choose between career or integrity, allegiance or defiance, and ultimately between life and death. Lieutenant Brandt struggles with his duty to accomplish his mission and his loyalty to the soldiers under his command. He is forced to make...

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A Lightness in My Soul

Inspired by a True Story
By Annette Oppenlander

A Lightness in My Soul: Inspired by a True Story is a historical fiction novel written by Annette Oppenlander. The author’s story is taken from an account her friend heard while waiting in an automotive mechanic’s shop in Germany. An older man was waiting there...

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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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A Lion in the Grass

By Mark Zvonkovic

A Lion in the Grass by Mark Zvonkovic is a great novel with a strong appeal to fans of espionage and military thrillers. It follows the journey of a brilliant spy, Raymond Hatcher. At eighteen, he already has a college degree, and because of his...

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A Cellist Soldier

By Robert J Fanshawe

War can wreak havoc on the minds and souls of those fighting it. Victory is difficult to define and the grey area between heroics and mere survival is nondescript. When one World War I soldier, a cellist, throws away his rifle in frustration at the...

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A Blossom in the Ashes

By Ron Singerton

Set against the backdrop of the tumultuous World War II, A Blossom In The Ashes by Ron Singerton is a love story that throws light on the complexities of relationships that existed during that time, between people and the warring nations. Alexei Kuchenkov and Kimi-San's...

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A Quiet Hero

A Novel of Resistance in WWII France
By Dwight Harshbarger

After her family is killed during the German bombing of Rotterdam in World War II, Miriam Meijer finds herself caught up in a web of intrigue and danger. Her mysterious lover, Charles Delmand, and the French Resistance provide her with a new name and a...

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Auschwitz Syndrome

A Holocaust novel based on a true story (Women and the Holocaust)
By Ellie Midwood

If you’re not a fan of historical fiction but really enjoy reading about two people falling in love under difficult, even extraordinary circumstances, then don’t think twice about selecting Auschwitz Syndrome by Ellie Midwood as your next book. This is one of the most amazing...

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Area Bird

Duty doesn't always follow the rules (Gray Girl Book 2)
By Susan I Spieth

Area Bird is a work of military fiction based on real events, penned by author Susan I Spieth. This coming of age novel is the second in the Gray Girl series, following the experiences of women cadets in the 1980s when the US Military Academy...

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A Portrait of the Entrepreneur As a Young Man

By Bob Epstein

When I picked up this novel, I was looking for a fun read, but little did I know it would turn out to be this hilarious. In A Portrait of the Entrepreneur as a Young Man by Bob Epstein, young entrepreneur Tad Avaris does anything...

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