Special Force: A World War II Commando Novel

Special Force: A World War II Commando Novel

Before the Normandy Invasion, came the Commando Invasion For three years, the Nazis have held France hostage, terrorizing its citizens, and deporting Jews to work camps in the East. A company of brutal SS Panzer troops have taken over the City Hall of Caen and control the heartbeat of the city. Local bands of Resistance fighters operate in the shadows to disrupt, derail, and destroy German operations. The OSS recruits Nick Jordan, an accomplished Yale athlete, to join an elite commando unit. He and his fellow candidates are put through a year-long training regimen at a covert base learning skills and tradecraft far beyond those of the typical soldier. Their initial mission, Operation Wolfhound, takes them into that German-held territory to seek and kill enemy forces in support of the D-Day invasion. The Nazis have never faced a weapon like Nick Jordan. More info →
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Fire on the Flight Deck

Fire on the Flight Deck

“Fire on the flight deck!” Ominous words when living on an aircraft carrier hundreds of miles at sea. An American supercarrier flight deck is considered by many to be one of the most dangerous places on earth. Multi-million dollar aircraft launching, landing, and taxiing in the space of a few football fields, all orchestrated by a control tower and flight deck crew whose average age is nineteen. During the Cold War of the 1980s, this massive ship provided the largest, mobile weapon in the United States arsenal, instilling fear and respect among opposing forces. While the supercarrier can deliver an awesome display of firepower, it carries an inherent danger for those who fly and work among the aircraft. Brian Donley survived boot camp and completed aircraft firefighter training to serve as a yellow shirt on the flight deck of the USS William Halsey. One terrible day, that mighty ship would test Donley’s training, will, and courage. More info →
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Aaron Bank and the Early Days of US Special Forces

Aaron Bank and the Early Days of US Special Forces

Aaron Bank was an OSS Jedburgh in World War II and the subject of William Donovon's quote, "Tell Bank to get Hitler." He’d later become the inaugural commander of the 10th Special Forces Group earning the moniker, Father of the Green Berets. The development and use of unconventional warfare in WWII created a desire to develop permanent units for future wars. Bank parachuted with three others behind enemy lines in France to work with the French Resistance in harassing the Germans retreat from Normandy. He followed that action by recruiting former Wehrmacht soldiers with anti-Nazi sympathies to kidnap Hitler and other high-ranking officers in the Alpine redoubt. Although that mission was called off, he gained more experience with a POW rescue mission in Indochina, even spending time with Ho Chi Minh. These World War II experiences, followed by service in Korea, shaped Bank's view of the need to make an OSS-type force permanent in the United States Army. Under the leadership of Brigadier General Robert McClure, Bank joined Russell Volckmann and Wendell Fertig—veterans of guerrilla warfare in the Philippines—to play an integral role in the creation of the U.S. Army Special Forces. More info →
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The Fisher Boy

The Fisher Boy

Stephen “Kwaku” Ghansah, MP and World Cup hero, announces his candidacy for President of Ghana. Ghansah grants Ghana World News reporter Ama Danku an exclusive interview. Ghansah, always vague about his unusual past, opens up about his beginnings as an orphan and fishing slave that overcomes those difficult circumstances. In his life, he encountered the most evil in people but also the good. His indomitable spirit and faith in God allowed him to achieve the impossible. You will experience despair, anger, joy, and inspiration through Kwaku’s story. More info →
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Summer of ’79

Summer of ’79

Available, Fall 2017
Thirteen-year-old Travis McCardell and friends plan to spend their summer swimming, playing baseball, and erecting a massive fort in the nearby woods. Their daily journey requires a bike ride near the Claymore mansion along Devil’s Backbone, the sight of an unsolved gruesome murder near the turn-of-the-century. They stumble upon evidence to solve the mystery as unforeseen adversaries makes this a summer they’ll never forget. This coming-of-age tale will take readers down memory lane with gripping adventure to keep the pages turning. This was the time when kids drank from hoses, arena rock ruled, and cutoff jeans were normal attire. The sleepy, little town of Mead Creek, Texas never expected a summer like the one of 1979. More info →