Military

A Woman Named Solitude

By Andre Schwarz-Bart - Published 2001(c 1972)

Genres:

Military

The slave trade in Guadeloupe provides the grim historical context for this brief but powerful novel.  The opening chapters describe an indigenous African ...Read Review

Picture Maker

By Penina Keen Spinka - Published 2002

Genres:

Military

The narrator of this novel of prehistoric Native American culture is Gahrahstah (Picture Maker), a young Ganeogaono woman known for her artistic talents.  ...Read Review

Rise to Rebellion

By Jeff Shaara - Published 2001

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Military

This is a typical Shaara masterpiece, and that is high praise indeed. Once again this talented writer transports the reader into the minds ...Read Review

McAuslan Entire

By George MacDonald Fraser - Published 1999

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MilitaryShort Stories

Volume contains: The General Danced at Dawn (1970), McAuslan in the Rough (1974), The Sheikh and the Dustbin (1988) Hoorah! The hilarious sage of McAuslan, the ...Read Review

Captain Kilburnie

By William P. Mack - Published 2001

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AdventureMilitaryNautical

Fergus Kilburnie is an unlikely candidate for officer rank in the Royal Navy of the time of the French Revolution. A Scottish farm ...Read Review

Fire On The Waters: A Novel War of the Civil War at Sea

By David Poyer - Published 2001

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MilitaryNautical

Fans of contemporary naval fiction are undoubtedly familiar with David Poyer. His The Med, The Gulf, Tomahawk, and others follow the careers and ...Read Review

The Wide World Dreaming

By JoAnne Soper Cook - Published 2000

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Biographical FictionMilitary

The Wide World Dreaming tells the story of Napoleon’s life, beginning with his childhood on Corsica. Told in the first person from ...Read Review

Murder Most Confederate

By Martin H. Greenberg - Published 2000

Genres:

MilitaryMystery/Crime

Murder Most Confederate is the second volume of the Murder Most series. It is a compilation of sixteen short stories by various authors, ...Read Review

A Killing at Ball’s Bluff: A Harrison Raines Civil War Mystery

By Michael Kilian - Published 2001

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MilitaryMystery/Crime

Ball’s Bluff was a relatively insignificant affair when compared with the carnage at Shiloh, Antietam, and Gettysburg. Civil War historians and enthusiasts ...Read Review

The Guns of Valverde

By P.G. Nagle - Published 2000

Genres:

MilitaryRomance

When you think of American Civil War battles, you probably think of the well-known ones which took place in Tennessee, Pennsylvania or Georgia. ...Read Review