Mark F. Johnson

The Final Storm

By Jeff Shaara - Published 2011

Genres:

Military

This last novel in Shaara’s World War II series begins late in the war in February 1945. War in the Pacific Theatre is ...Read Review

Spies of the Balkans

By Alan Furst - Published 2010

Genres:

Thriller

This latest piece of Furst’s massive WWII jigsaw puzzle opens in October 1940 in Salonika, Macedonia. “Senior Police Official” Costa Zannis is investigating ...Read Review

No Less Than Victory

By Jeff Shaara - Published 2009

Genres:

Military

The final novel in this three book series starts in November 1944 in the middle of a B-17 bombing mission over Berlin that goes ...Read Review

The Spies at Warsaw

By Alan Furst - Published 2008 (UK)Published 2008 (US)

Genres:

Thriller

In the autumn of 1937, Warsaw was still a city at peace, although wary eyes looked to the West with anxiety. Germany was firmly ...Read Review

The Steel Wave

By Jeff Shaara - Published 2008

Genres:

Military

This second novel in Shaara’s World War II trilogy starts in January 1944 (after a fast-paced introduction covering the war to that date), ...Read Review

The Sparrowhawk Companion

By Edward Cline - By Jena Trammell - Published 2007

Genres:

Nonfiction

This companion to Edward Cline’s six-volume Sparrowhawk series contains seven essays, by the author and others, which nicely round out the reader’...Read Review

Pearl Harbor: A Novel of December 8th

By Newt Gingrich - By William R. Fortschen - Published 2007

Genres:

Alternate HistoryMilitary

First in what is sure to be a great series, this alternate history tale starts way back in 1934 at Etajima, the Japanese naval ...Read Review

Sparrowhawk, Book Six: War

By Edward Cline - Published 2006

Genres:

AdventureMilitary

The sixth and final book of the series picks up the story in the spring of 1774 and continues to the very beginning of ...Read Review

The Assassins’ Gallery

By David L. Robbins - Published 2006

Genres:

Military

It’s January 1, 1945. World War II is winding down, as the Allies have the upper hand. On a frigid, deserted beach in Massachusetts, ...Read Review

Cradle of Violence : How Boston’s Waterfront Mobs Ignited the American Revolution

By Russell Bourne - Published 2006

Genres:

Nonfiction

  Early American history, as taught in grammar schools, has most Americans believing that the American Revolution was fomented and fought by the ...Read Review

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