They Walk Alone

The Tragic Journey of Dementia
By Bob Kern

In this moving chronicle of his grandmother’s battle with dementia, author Bob Kern shares his priceless, heart-breaking experience as a loving and devoted grandson. When Mamaw takes a fall on New Year’s Eve 2000, it is almost as if all the pieces jiggled in or...

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My Father's War

Memories from Our Honored WWII Soldiers
By Charley Valera

My Father's War: Memories from Our Honored WWII Soldiers by Charley Valera is a compelling book that brilliantly captures the grim reality of World War II, exploring the lives of soldiers in combat, heroes who risked their lives in a war that some of them...

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Beyond Recognition

A True Story of Service, Dedication and Betrayal
By Ron Corbin

Beyond Recognition: A True Story of Service, Dedication and Betrayal by Ron Corbin is a memoir that explores jealousy and betrayal, and one man’s struggle against false accusations and how he overcomes them. Ronald Corbin served as a combat helicopter pilot in Vietnam. Now, he...

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Liberty Lady

A True Story of Love and Espionage in WWII Sweden
By Pat Digeorge

I love books on espionage and I get absorbed when the setting is strong and well-developed. Pat Digeorge has done just that, crafting a page-turner set against the gritty historical landscapes of World War II Sweden and modern day, featuring remarkable characters. The only thing...

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Keeping the Big Guns Firing

By Patrick Goodrow

While most Vietnam stories deal with the experiences of 'the Grunt' that lived in the field and daily grappled face-to-face with the enemy, Keeping the Big Guns Firing by Patrick Goodrow details some of the experiences of the behind-the-lines troopers who provided the Grunt...

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Love, Bill

Finding My Father Through Letters from World War II
By Jan Krulick-Belin

Love, Bill: Finding My Father Through Letters from World War II by Jan Krulick-Belin is a collection of heartrending and poignant memories the author has of her father, Bill, which she shares with readers through this book. The author’s love for her father is evident...

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No Guts, No Glory

My Life as a Brawler, Soldier, Mercenary, Bounty Hunter, Bouncer, Bodyguard, Businessman and All-Around Nice Guy
By Jim Bolen

No Guts, No Glory by Jim Bolen is a fascinating book. I am ex-Army and found Jim’s portrayal of the people and lifestyle in this kind of life, very accurate. In many ways, it was like reading an after-action military report, but with emotional overtones...

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Satanic Combat Sciences

By Marvin "Knife" Sotelo

I have a sneaking suspicion that if Marvin “Knife” Sotelo places Satanic Combat Sciences on Amazon, it will reach number one just based on the title alone. This isn't necessarily a bad thing because there is a lot of sound combat advice in here that...

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Letters to Sis

Memoirs of a Soldier
By Cesare Giannetti

Letters to Sis: Memoirs of a Soldier by CW3 Cesare Giannetti U.S. Army (Ret.) is a heartwarming memoir written by the author to his sister Marisa from the time he joined the Army to her death from breast cancer. The memoirs not only memorialize his...

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We Were Soldiers Too

The Unknown Battle to Defend the Demilitarized Zone Against North Korea During the Cold War
By Bob Kern

I am one of the soldiers that Bob Kern is talking about in his great book, We Were Soldiers Too. I appreciate him taking the time to write this. The Korean War is often referred to as 'the forgotten war.' If they forgot the war,...

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