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Dateline: PHU LOI – Viet Nam Series Book 1

Dateline: PHU LOI – Viet Nam Series Book 1

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For one dedicated reporter, Vietnam wasn't politics, wasn't strategy, wasn't parades. It was reality. The real war didn't happen in a Pentogon or Saigon briefing room. The real war happened in -country. For the soldier in the field, Vietnam was the terror of walking point deep in the Jungle, it was a white knuckled helicopter flight into the heart of darkness. Vietnam was an enemy you never saw, a budd's life snuffed out in front of you. That was the real story of Vietnam, the story that didn't make the papers as often as a general's speech or a politition's press conference. But one reporter is changing all that. And his reports from then and there bring readers straight to a part of hell. More info →
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The Quick And The Dead

The Quick And The Dead

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"Welcome to the land of sliding doors and slant-eyed whores..." These were the words that greeted Major Jake Culpepper, USA, on arriving in Saigon as a military advisor in late November 1963. A few minutes later the fellow-officer and friend who spoke the words was dead, blown apart by a Viet Cong bomb planted in the officer's mess hall. Jake Culpepper with two draft-age sons, recently divorced by a woman who bitterly hated the army, calling it his "mistress", was the product of four generations of career Army men. But he was unprepared for this nightmare war and he asked early on; "How do we know who the bad guys are?" Here is a sweeping novel of the war with no victors, only victims. Here is the story of Mot, anguished secret agent of the Viet Cong; of Kristin, fervent Freedom Rider, intensely in love with Culpepper, who stands for all she opposes; of Culpepper's two sons--Andy who refused a commission and fought as a "grunt", and Mike, who went to Canada and defied the draft; of Larry Cantrell a black man with a brilliant future who risked everything in a war he hated; of Melinda, high-priced plaything of generals who at last found her true, impossible love. Here by a much-decorated Viet Nam veteran, is a panoramic novel that chronicles more completely and vividly then ever before, the years of the nightmare war--a novel that climaxes More info →
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Brandywines War: Back In Country

Brandywines War: Back In Country

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There are dozens of unforgettable characters, and scores of authentic scenes in Brandywine's War. From behind the headlines, and the front-line dispatches, has come this Rabelaisian novel. Chief Warrant Officers Vaughan wrote Brandywine's War while serving his second tour of duty in Vietnam. More info →
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Thunder In The Whirlwind

Thunder In The Whirlwind

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When border tensions in South America reach a boiling point, the United States provides Columbia with military assistance to help in a struggle against rebels supported by neighboring Venezuela. The “police action” quickly escalates, and six captured Americans are publicly executed. The president, a disabled Vietnam veteran himself, commits troops to battle. U.S. forces are withdrawn when the president loses his reelection campaign, but during the withdrawal a top American commander and his staff are captured by the Columbian rebels. Enter Major General Arlie Grant, chief of the Pentagon’s contingency deployment. He sends in a team to save the Americans, led by Colonel Jack Patterson, a close friend. The result: a successful rescue of American prisoners. The cost: the lives of Patterson and three other officers. But the jubilant national mood is shattered when it is learned that 34 innocent civilians, including women and children, were massacred in the action—supposedly by U.S. forces. Someone has to pay the price for the alleged misdeed, so Arlie Grant will face the highest-profile court martial since the My Lai trials of the Vietnam War. But that is only the beginning, as he chooses Major Paula Patterson, Jack’s daughter, as his defense counsel and is further accused of sending Patterson off to be killed so that he can have the woman he loves, Jack’s wife . . . With the scope of a Tom Clancy adventure and intrigue of a Nelson DeMille thriller, THUNDER IN THE WHIRLWIND takes the reader behind tomorrow’s headlines and paints an unforgettable inside portrait of the men and women of our armed forces at home and abroad. More info →
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Yesterday’s Reveille – An Epic of the Seventh Calvary

Yesterday’s Reveille – An Epic of the Seventh Calvary

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From the Author: I am a retired U.S. Army warrant officer. While a member of the Seventh Cavalry (1963-1966) I was given a collateral duty that ignited a passion that has burned in me for over thirty years. I was historical officer for the Seventh Cavalry and therefore custodian of all regimental memorabilia, including Custer’s hat, gauntlets, and saber, as well as several of his morning reports and officers’ field diaries. As my interest in the subject grew, I studied history books, memoirs, and archives. I even exchanged letters with a fascinating ninety-six-year-old gentleman who, as a boy, had known Custer and could remember vividly the day Custer left Fort Lincoln on his last scout be¬cause his own father had ridden into eternity with him. I was on active duty in the twentieth century cavalry, but my soul was answering muster roll call with troop¬ers who had served a century before. For me, the post- Civil War, nineteenth century army was no longer a silent trumpet gathering dust in some long-abandoned western post. It was a bugle’s call, as immediate as the one I heard playing reveille every morning. Over the past three decades it has become politically correct for historians writing of the nineteenth century to beatify the Indian and demonize the soldier. The common soldier is depicted as an illiterate ne’er-do- well, fleeing from the law or a failed life back East. The cavalry officer is held up to be an alcoholic misfit or a pompous martinet seeking glory. While some soldiers and officers might have fallen into such categories, the majority of the army was just as it is today: professionals following a calling. They were neither saints nor sinners, but servants of their government. Though they never fielded forces of more than 15,000 men, the army surveyed railroad lines, guarded construction crews, defended trails west, provided protection for settlers, miners, ranchers, and farmers, and engaged the Indians in over 250 battles, not counting small skirmishes of platoon size or less. They were nearly always outnumbered, and often the Indians were better armed, due to the greed of white traders. The Indians were better horsemen, fought as a way of life, knew their home territory, and could move as silently as the dust. But in the end, the West was opened and peace was won by the United States Army. Yesterday’s Reveille is the story of that army. The lit¬eral historian will find some factual anomalies in my account. For story continuity I have made a few changes in dates, locales, and events. I have taken some liberties with the Battle of the Washita, and my depiction of Fort Hays is more generic than authentic. Also, those who have speculated about Custer’s interest in the presidential nominating conventions that year speculated about the Democratic Convention in St. Louis. But because the earlier date of the Republican Convention fit my story, I used it. More info →
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Savages

Savages

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Ryan Flynn knew what was right, not what the law said, not what the generals dictated, not what the Indian agents proclaimed with their lies and cheating, and he knew than many Apaches were not only great warriors, but honorable men of their word...and he fought for them, married into the tribe, and never, never quit. More info →
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A Distant Bugle

A Distant Bugle

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“It’s a wonderful letter, General,” Jack Shields said, handing Custer the missive from his wife Libbie, which had been delivered in the field and which Custer had asked him to read. “Keep it for me, Jack,” Custer said to his young adjutant. “I want it returned to Libbie if anything should happen to me.” Jack laughed nervously. “What could happen?” he asked. George Armstrong Custer stood up and walked to the campfire to pour himself a cup of coffee. He took a swallow before answering. “Major Reno,” he said simply. “I beg your pardon?” “I fear he is going to cause serious trouble yet,” Custer confided. “His scouting party left several trails uninvestigated, and because of that we are like an army without ears or eyes, groping blindly through the dark. We don’t know where the Indians are, or how many there are—but they know everything about us. Of that we can be sure.” “We’ll find them, General,” Jack said. “And when we do, the trap will close.” “Yes, it will,” Custer said. “But upon whom?” More info →
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In Honored Glory – An Epic Saga Of The Spanish

In Honored Glory – An Epic Saga Of The Spanish

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On a peaceful night in Havana Harbor, the U.S.S. Maine rests at anchor. Then America's most powerful battleship suddenly explodes, and the Spanish American War has begun... "Remember the Maine" was the battle cry that sent thousands of American soldiers on the adventure of a lifetime... war with Spain in Cuba. But for the soldiers who would face a barrage of Spanish gunfire, it would be a war like none other. A novel of men and women thrust into the heart of war. This is the saga of a nation doing battle for the first time since it's own Civil War, on a hot, exotic island where glory would only be earned in blood. More info →
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Silent Coup – A Slack Team Novel Book 1

Silent Coup – A Slack Team Novel Book 1

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The Slack Team is a highly capable group of men and women, each of whom bring a special skill to the mix in order to right wrongs. They undertake special jobs for the CIA, Homeland Security, and FBI that are outside the normal scope, jobs that if not for Peter "Tank" Tankoff and the Slack Team, would fall through the cracks. Need a North Korean missile test sabotaged, A terrorist taken out in a non-cooperative foreign country, hostages rescued, or pirates at sea killed? Call The Slack Team. In THE SILENT COUP, a Machiavellian billionaire attempts to use his money and control of media to overthrow the President of the U.S. and establish himself as the de facto ruler of the country. His plans are thwarted by The Slack Team. More info →
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The Raiders – The Founders Book 3

The Raiders – The Founders Book 3

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Series: The Founders Series, Book 3
Genre: Action & Adventure
A daredevil Confederate captain challenges the Union blockade - while a bold young beauty lays siege to his wayward heart. Tawny-haired, golden-eyed Candice Pratt, whose daring was equal to the captains, and whose entanglement in his life ashore and at sea might well get him shot as a spy - or hanged as a pirate. More info →
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Dateline: AN LOI – Viet Nam Series Book 2

Dateline: AN LOI – Viet Nam Series Book 2

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Series: Viet Nam Series, Book 2
Genre: Action & Adventure
One dedicated reporter knew that to understand Vietnam You had to be there. There wasn't any front lines in Vietnam. And the real war wasn't territory, battlelines, or strategy. The real story was about young men in combat without any rules, young men facing down death from an enemy that could disappear like ghosts. More info →
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The Ranchers – The Founders Book 2

The Ranchers – The Founders Book 2

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Series: The Founders Series, Book 2
Genre: Action & Adventure
Heiress to a cattle kingdom, she was caught up in a range war and fierce vendetta between two powerful and dangerous men. Passions as large as they coveted, these were the Ranchers. More info →
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