Books

Shiv

Shiv

“Shiv” is the story of convicted armed robber, Lester Pearl, and Assistant US Attorney Malcolm McMann, two men who have to make a horrifying decision: whether to take human life. Lester just wants to do his time quietly and become eligible for parole, but when he meets Cliff Hickey, a charismatic lifer intent on building…

Ghostkeepers

Ghostkeepers

It was a Nation exploding into civil war. In 1992, the collapse of the former Yugoslavia triggered an international armed conflict that would last more than 3 years and eventually see nearly 100,000 people killed. Canadians were thrown into what was declared a peacekeeping mission, but it wasn’t. They were going well beyond the rules…

Unusual for Their Time

Unusual for Their Time

FIRST LADIES MAN: “Unusual for Their Time: On the Road with America’s First Ladies” behind every great man is an even greater woman…or in this case…lady. If George Washington had never met and married Martha Dandridge Custis, this book would be called something quite different. It may have been written in a different language, or…

What They Don’t Teach You in Deer River

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I grew up in Deer River, MN — a one-stoplight town of 903 people. Two weeks after I graduated high school way back in the old days (1997) when everything was in black and white, I enlisted in the Navy in a combat aircrew position that had just been opened up to women. At first…

Ashley’s High Five for Daddy

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Pam Saulsby gracefully captures the resiliency of military children and families in “Ashley’s High Five for Daddy”. She gently introduces the reader to the process military families experience on the return of their loved one from deployment. In the story Ashley has reason to be happy with her father’s return and this story does help…

The Pact

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“The Pact” is the second book by former Green Beret-turned author Robert Patrick Lewis, and his first foray into the world of fiction. “The Pact” is the first of a 3-book series, a fictional story based on current events, the authors experience in Special Forces and first-hand knowledge of geopolitics and global intelligence. “The Pact”…

Losing the War in Vietnam

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“As I was sitting in the VA Hospital thinking about committing suicide, I never thought I could recover. From the despair of not wanting to live, I have been able to rebound to a point where all I can think about is how to help our soldiers not to become a suicide statistic. This amazing transformation…

Death Letter

Death Letter: God, Sex, and War

“Everyone writes one. At least, everyone who fights in a war does.” These are the first lines of Army chaplain David W. Peters’ genre-defying book, Death Letter: God, Sex, and War. Written in the dark days immediately following his deployment to Iraq, Death Letter is part memoir, part comic lament, on his relationship with the…

Line in the Valley

Line in the Valley

The Texas border is under attack. Police are overwhelmed and refugees flee in terror from eight small towns. Sergeant Jerry Nunez and his soldiers are ordered to retake one town from an unknown enemy. During the desperate fight Nunez discovers how inhuman people can truly be, struggles to carry on despite tragic losses, and is…

Love Me When I’m Gone

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Love Me When I’m Gone is a tale for the ages, the perfect blend of action, romance, heroes, villains, patriotism and valor. What holds this story above all others? This one is true. Rob had a pretty rough childhood: given up for adoption as an infant, brought into a family of highly decorated military men,…