Not Yet Dead, Nearly

By Harry Old

Set amid the chaos of World War I, Not Yet Dead, Nearly by Harry Old is the story of a man who has to hang onto his wits and his sanity to stay alive. Ben Stack’s life used to easy and simple. Now, he was...

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Saint Illuminator's Daughter

By Michael Ippen

Safir was only one of many lonely immigrants living in New York in the 1950s. It was post World War II and a lot of the immigrants had their own sad stories to share, ghosts that continued to haunt their daily lives. Named after the...

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Marching As To War

A Love Story of Sorts
By Scharlie Martin

To the constant refrain of “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” (with appropriate variations), Scott Shepard, a wounded Vietnam vet just back from the war, tells his own story of his adjustment to life back home. He’s in college now—Iowa State—and finds himself involved with a teen...

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The Gopher King

A Dark Comedy
By Gojan Nikolich

The Gopher King: A Dark Comedy is a work of fiction in the surrealism, military fiction, and psychological drama sub-genres, and was penned by author Gojan Nikolich. Exploring the workings of the mind of the Vietnam veteran, the work does contain violence appropriate to wartime...

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Sanguinary Longings

By Claude Frazier

Sanguinary Longings by Claude Frazier takes us back to the end of the First World War. Captain Cole Sterling, a surgeon, was performing his life-saving operations on wounded soldiers when the field hospital was overrun by the Germans, with Cole suffering fatal wounds in the...

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The Man on the Rails

This book was written for everyone who believes in the victory of our higher emotions, such as kindness and love, over war, and life's hardships.
By Rovshan Abdullaoglu

The Man on the Rails is a work of fiction in the psychological drama and literary style writing sub-genres and was penned by author Rovshan Abdullaoglu. Written with a dedication to “everyone who does not give up and stands up to cancer and other great...

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Missing Peace

By N. K. Holt

Missing Peace is a work of fiction in the personal drama, religious and emotive sub-genres of writing, and was penned by author N. K. Holt. Taking us deep into the hearts and minds of its protagonists, this bittersweet tale speaks of the power of overcoming...

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The Adventures of an Air Force Medic

By Dave Ives

The Adventures of an Air Force Medic by Dave Ives is a fictional account of a critical period in the life of Sean Mitchell, a young man looking for his future in uncertain waters during the early 1980s. Being a man of exceptional motivation, Sean...

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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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Hell to Reality

One prisoner's journey
By Jack Grylewicz

Hell to Reality: One Prisoner's Journey is a historical fiction novel written by Jack Grylewicz. Poland in 1939 was at the mercy of two invading forces: the Russians from the east and the Germans from the west. Neither of the conquering armies gave Poles any...

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