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
Format Available For Review: Kindle ebook, paperback

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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Military Fiction – Hamfist over the Trail

Hamfist over the TrailHamfist
By G. E. Nolly
Publisher: Nolly Productions, Inc.
ISBN: 978-0975436233
Published: September 2012
Pages: 266
Genre: Military Fiction
Review copy formats offered: print, kindle

It’s 1968. Hamilton Hancock is the Distinguished Graduate at his Undergraduate Pilot Training class at Laughlin Air force Base. He is on the fast track to become a fighter pilot, slated to fly an F-100, F-105 or F-4 in Vietnam. Then, the “needs of the service” intervenes, and he is assigned to fly one of the smallest, slowest aircraft in the Air Force inventory, the O-2A.

Hamilton becomes a Forward Air Controller (FAC) in Vietnam, based at DaNang air Base, and picks up the nickname “Hamfist”. While Hamfist flies in air combat over the Ho Chi Minh Trail and battles an enemy gunner with a deadly record, on the ground he must also battle his inner fears and personal demons.

When he repeatedly loses friends shortly after reconnecting with them, Hamfist becomes convinced there is a “Hamfist curse”. He becomes a virtual hermit, and tries to avoid interacting with his friends. Then he receives a letter that devastates him.

Just when his personal life reaches its lowest point, Hamfist goes to Tokyo on R&R and meets his soul mate. They had lost an opportunity to meet six years earlier, and now Fate has given them another chance. Hamfist returns from R&R with a renewed sense of optimism.

His life is taking a turn for the better. But first he must make it through his Vietnam duty unscathed.

Inspired by actual events. Contains strong language.

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Historical Fiction & Military Fiction – Remember Me

Remember MeRemember Me
By Sanela Ramic Jurich
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 978-1617773716
Pages: 268
Genre: Historical Fiction, Military Fiction

At the innocent age of fifteen, Selma is just beginning to experience the power of her first love. Unfortunately, living in Bosnia in 1992, Selma and her parents soon find themselves targets of the Bosnian War, and her father is arrested by the Serb Army and held for questioning. In an attempt to protect her daughter, Selma’s mother sends Selma to stay with her aunt, but that seems to be a mistake. Days after arriving, the city is attacked, her family members are murdered before her eyes, and Selma is thrown into a concentration camp where she lives out her worst nightmare. After losing nearly all those she loves, being abused by those whom she once trusted, and witnessing prejudice at its ugliest, Selma isn’t sure she even wants to stay alive. Will Selma ever escape from room ten alive? And if she does, will her broken spirit ever recover? Will she have any family to return to? Will she ever find love again?

Follow Selma Jovanovic’s journey through love, despair, hope, and peace in author Sanela Jurich’s Remember Me. Experience the brutality of the Bosnian Genocide, but see how God’s hand restores Selma’s life tenfold. Understand the courage it takes to face your attackers and relive the pain in the name of justice. Discover whether love can blossom from beneath the rubble of war.

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Historical Fiction – Fatal Incident

Fatal IncidentFatal Incident
By Jim Proebstle
Publisher: Emerald Books
ISBN: 978-1934572771
Pages: 376
Genre: Historical Fiction

Inspired by the true events of a US Army, Air Transport Command aircraft disaster in Alaska in 1944, Fatal Incident reveals the dark secrets of an elaborate WW II conspiracy of how twenty U.S. military deaths have gone unsolved for over 68 years. The historical fiction drama will attract readers interested in mystery, conspiracy, Russian espionage, CIA cover-up and the human emotions of people in love separated during war.

William Kent Krueger, New York Times best selling author, says, “Jim Proebstle has written a unique and compelling story, a true WW II Alaskan event cloaked in the fabric of fiction. With much of Fatal Incident grounded in rock-solid fact…this mystery works on so many levels that you’ll enjoy a hell of a good read.”

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Action/Adventure – Dillon’s War

Dillon’s War – The Weretiger of Kontum
Author: Richard A.M. Dixon
Publisher: Two Harbors Press
ISBN: 978-1-937293-30-7 (hc)
Pages: 297
Published: November 2011

Deep in the jungle a soldier encounters a tiger for what will become a life-changing experience for both tiger and man.

Fighting in Vietnam, Mike Dillon never Dreams a tiger’s bite would transform him into the wild creature that lies dormant within him. Neither does the tiger know that he will find a spiritual partner in the man he stalks as prey.

Here is the story of Mike Dillon, enigmatic anti-hero of Dillon’s War: The Weretiger of Kontum. From his birth Mike finds himself gradually drawn into the world of animals, but nothing can prepare him for the experience of his near-fatal encounter with the tiger.

Their wild adventures as a team hunting in the jungle are observed by primitive tribesmen who perceive the pair as a single entity, the mythical weretiger, an invincible beast able to shape-shift at will.

Woven from the sights and sounds of the author’s experiences during the Vietnam War, Richard A.M. Dixon’s compelling tale, Dillon’s War: The Weretiger of Vietnam explores the chilling consequences when the wild creature residing in one man surfaces.

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