A Bee in His Bonnet

By Bernard J. Fleury

A Bee in His Bonnet by Bernard J. Fleury Ed.D. is a creative biography of his maternal grandfather, Frank King (1877-1958). Born and raised an Englishman of mixed Ojibwa heritage, Frank adopted the United States as his home and served with distinction over a long...

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Warrior Lost

Veteran Suicide and The Combat PTSD Monster (The "Warrior" Series Book 5)
By Leilani Anastasia

Warrior Lost: Veteran Suicide and The Combat PTSD Monster is Book 5 in the "Warrior" Series by Leilani Anastasia. Suicide is a tragedy affecting too many of our active duty and veteran military members and their families. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) following combat operations is...

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Warrior Lover

Battling the Combat PTSD Relationship (The "Warrior" Series Book 1)
By Leilani Anastasia

Warrior Lover: Battling the Combat PTSD Relationship (The "Warrior" Series Book 1) by Leilani Anastasia is a self-help guide for women and men who are in relationships with military veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, usually referred to as PTSD. In her book, Anastasia examines...

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After

The Battle Has Just Begun
By R.J. Belle

“For those who gave everything.” After: The Battle Has Just Begun is a military non-fiction read by R.J. Belle. It comprises eight uplifting stories of combat-injured men. Each one emotionally recaps their reasons for joining the USMC, and the tragic circumstances that left them both...

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Greek Fire and Its Contribution to Byzantine Might

History Book 1
By Konstantinos Karatolios

I love military history and Greek Fire and Its Contribution to Byzantine Might by Konstantinos Karatolios is one of the most entertaining and informative books I have read in a long time. I like the idea of a chemical formula developed by the ancients that...

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Gangs and the Military

Gangsters, Bikers, and Terrorists with Military Training
By Carter F Smith

I read Gangs and the Military: Gangsters, Bikers, and Terrorists with Military Training by Carter F. Smith in order to learn more about this phenomenon as research for a work of fiction I have planned. I wanted to learn about the gangs associated with spreading...

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Outcry

Holocaust Memoirs
By Manny Steinberg

“I have thrown off the shackles that have held me prisoner since I was liberated from the concentration camps in Europe. At last I have complete freedom in body, mind, and soul. Sharing my story has helped me to put life into perspective. I am...

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Goodbye to Italia

A timid girl. A young soldier. A love story.
By Marisa Parker

Goodbye to Italia by Marisa Parker is an enchanting story that takes the reader on a journey back in time and into the lives of her parents. The cover of this biography is beautiful and hints at the rich history inside the pages. I loved...

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Bushcat

Minstrel of the Wild
By John Edmond

I chose to review this book as I was curious to learn more about the recent history of Rhodesia, later to become Zambia and Zimbabwe. I was not disappointed as in Bushcat: Minstrel of the Wild, the author, John Edmond, takes us through all the...

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Vietnam War River Patrol

A U.S. Gunboat Captain Returns to the Mekong Delta
By Richard H. Kirshen

Vietnam War River Patrol: A U.S. Gunboat Captain Returns to the Mekong Delta is a non-fiction military memoir written by Richard H. Kirshen. When Kirshen got his draft notice from the U.S. Army in 1967, he figured that enlisting in the Navy would keep him...

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