Thriller – Secret of the Oil

Secret of the OilSecret of the Oil
By Tom Haase
Published: November 2014
ISBN: 978-1496045690
ASIN: B00NLIECKM
Genre: pdf, mobi
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Secret of the Oil is a prequel for the Donavan Chronicles. In the Middle Eastern conflict, one group of dedicated men have contrived to build an atomic device, not to detonate on American soil but on their own, in order to cripple the industrial might of the West.

One small team of DIA operatives is dispatched to ensure the failure of that plan.

Nothing ever goes as planned.

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Historical Military Fiction – The White Mouse

The White MouseThe White Mouse
By Jack Duarte
Publisher: Cloud 9 Press
ISBN: 978-0989436717
ASIN: B00I4U4DVU
Published: February 2014
Pages: 254
Genre: Historical Fiction, Military Fiction
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The White Mouse was the name given by the Gestapo to Nancy Wake Fiocca, an Australian woman setting up escape networks from France during WWII. After fleeing to England, The White Mouse joins the British Special Operations Executive (SOE) and returns to occupied France around the time of the Normandy invasion in 1944.

Through sheer determination and with the help of other SOE operatives, she manages to bring together a number of Maquis units in the Auvergne Region to harass and delay German reinforcements attempting to reach Nazi coastal defenses.

Aided by an American Army captain on loan to the SOE, the White Mouse finally arranges the escape of a number of Maquis prisoners during a pitched battle. The White Mouse reunited US Army Captain Brian Russell with his French Resistance love that was brought to life in Jack DuArte’s first novel, the best-selling The Resistance.

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Adventure/Military Fiction – The Yugoslavian

The YugoslavianThe Yugoslavian: In Search of Mara Jovanovic
By The Black Rose
Publisher: Andrich Publishing
ISBN: 978-0966332902
ASIN: B00EBGBQ0C
Published: November 2013
Pages: 473
Genre: Adventure/Military Fiction
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The Siege of Sarajevo provides the backdrop for a gripping tale of adventure and intrigue that brings two people from different worlds together for a common goal that of a missing war orphan.

Ivan, an independent freedom fighter known as the Black Rebel, continues his humanitarian aid regardless that he is a hunted man. While across the Atlantic, the missing orphan s manuscript is mysteriously delivered to Tess, the founder of a writing competition for children.

So affected by the details of the missing orphan s heart-wrenching story, Tess sets out for the war zone determined to find her. But as she prepares for her journey, she is unaware that she will become not only a pursuer, but the pursued.

After an informant s warning that a female spy will attempt to identify the Black Rebel, Ivan stumbles across Tess in Belgrade. Unsure of her purpose, Ivan suspects her as the spy and, evading the truth, he volunteers to take her to the demolished city of Sarajevo.

Placing her life in Ivan s hands, Tess pushes her fears aside and accepts his offer of help. Yet, once in Sarajevo, the truth is exposed and Ivan is torn between what he must do to help his people and what he must do to protect Tess in The Yugoslavian, In Search of Mara Jovanovic.

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Fantasy War Fiction – Along the Watchtower

Along the WatchtowerAlong the Watchtower
By David Litwack
Publisher: Double Dragon Publishing
ISBN: 978-1771150972
Published: June 2013
Pages: 214
Genre: Contemporary Fiction, Fantasy, Military Fiction
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A Tragic Warrior Lost in Two Worlds…

The war in Iraq ended for Lieutenant Freddie Williams when an IED explosion left his mind and body shattered. Once he was a skilled gamer and expert in virtual warfare. Now he’s a broken warrior, emerging from a medically induced coma to discover he’s inhabiting two separate realities. The first is his waking world of pain, family trials, and remorse—and slow rehabilitation through the tender care of Becky, his physical therapist. The second is a dark fantasy realm of quests, demons, and magic that Freddie enters when he sleeps.

In his dreams he is Frederick, Prince of Stormwind, who must make sense of his horrific visions in order to save his embattled kingdom from the monstrous Horde. His only solace awaits him in the royal gardens, where the gentle words of the beautiful gardener, Rebecca, calm the storms in his soul. While in the conscious world, the severely wounded vet faces a strangely similar and equally perilous mission—a journey along a dark road haunted by demons of guilt and memory—and letting patient, loving Becky into his damaged and shuttered heart may be his only way back from Hell.

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Military Fiction – Dead Ringer

Dead RingerDead Ringer
By William Cone
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1470177263
Pages: 276
Genre: Military Action/Thriller/Fiction
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A WWII Thriller setting forth a fictional story that almost seems believable. A clandestine operation between the Nazis and Japanese during WW II provides enough uranium for production of a nuclear warhead to loose on the Allies. The story is of an incredibly audacious plot to stop the activity. To provide more details would be a disservice to the reader. The author has provided a well-written, unusual plot based upon pertinent historical detail and some vague rumors, whose origins were impossible to discover, but had some circulation in the later war years and beyond. The presentation is somewhat reminiscent of Clancy but with more emphasis on Jack Higgin’s novels at a slightly slower pace. I believe readers of historical novels will thoroughly enjoy Dead Ringer.

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Military Fiction – War Without End, Amen: A Vietnam Story

War Without End, Amen: A Vietnam Story
by Tim CoderWar Without End Amen
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1481885027
Published: April 2013
Pages: 518
Genre: Fiction, Military, Vietnam
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Whether it was the war you’d loved or the war you loved to hate, Vietnam wasn’t over when it was over. It didn’t end with with the Army order that sent you back to The World. And it didn’t end with the human finality of death. If you’d screwed up as a grunt in the field, you owed one final chit to the Nam. The big one. Yourself. Sins of omission and commission must be atoned for when you checked into the other side. They were a debt you had to pay. The Nam wasn’t over until the golds of the godforsaken jungle said it was finally over. It was done when you’d done you duty. Done it to the nod of the gods.

Forty-years after a deadly firefight in a no-name village in I Corps in which villagers were slain and members of their small, 101st Airborne Unit were killed, Sgt. Paul Murphy and Lt. Adrian Pokorny are seeking a measure of redemption.

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