Genre: Historical Fiction

The Flower Children – The American Chronicles Book 9

The Flower Children – The American Chronicles Book 9

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Miniskirts and men on the moon, the Tet offensive and the Six-Day War: these are the tumultuous years of a decade, as ideals die along with Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy...and desperate times begin. More info →
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Yesterday’s Reveille – An Epic of the Seventh Calvary

Yesterday’s Reveille – An Epic of the Seventh Calvary

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From the Author: I am a retired U.S. Army warrant officer. While a member of the Seventh Cavalry (1963-1966) I was given a collateral duty that ignited a passion that has burned in me for over thirty years. I was historical officer for the Seventh Cavalry and therefore custodian of all regimental memorabilia, including Custer’s hat, gauntlets, and saber, as well as several of his morning reports and officers’ field diaries. As my interest in the subject grew, I studied history books, memoirs, and archives. I even exchanged letters with a fascinating ninety-six-year-old gentleman who, as a boy, had known Custer and could remember vividly the day Custer left Fort Lincoln on his last scout be¬cause his own father had ridden into eternity with him. I was on active duty in the twentieth century cavalry, but my soul was answering muster roll call with troop¬ers who had served a century before. For me, the post- Civil War, nineteenth century army was no longer a silent trumpet gathering dust in some long-abandoned western post. It was a bugle’s call, as immediate as the one I heard playing reveille every morning. Over the past three decades it has become politically correct for historians writing of the nineteenth century to beatify the Indian and demonize the soldier. The common soldier is depicted as an illiterate ne’er-do- well, fleeing from the law or a failed life back East. The cavalry officer is held up to be an alcoholic misfit or a pompous martinet seeking glory. While some soldiers and officers might have fallen into such categories, the majority of the army was just as it is today: professionals following a calling. They were neither saints nor sinners, but servants of their government. Though they never fielded forces of more than 15,000 men, the army surveyed railroad lines, guarded construction crews, defended trails west, provided protection for settlers, miners, ranchers, and farmers, and engaged the Indians in over 250 battles, not counting small skirmishes of platoon size or less. They were nearly always outnumbered, and often the Indians were better armed, due to the greed of white traders. The Indians were better horsemen, fought as a way of life, knew their home territory, and could move as silently as the dust. But in the end, the West was opened and peace was won by the United States Army. Yesterday’s Reveille is the story of that army. The lit¬eral historian will find some factual anomalies in my account. For story continuity I have made a few changes in dates, locales, and events. I have taken some liberties with the Battle of the Washita, and my depiction of Fort Hays is more generic than authentic. Also, those who have speculated about Custer’s interest in the presidential nominating conventions that year speculated about the Democratic Convention in St. Louis. But because the earlier date of the Republican Convention fit my story, I used it. More info →
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Dateline: PHU LOI – Viet Nam Series Book 1

Dateline: PHU LOI – Viet Nam Series Book 1

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For one dedicated reporter, Vietnam wasn't politics, wasn't strategy, wasn't parades. It was reality. The real war didn't happen in a Pentogon or Saigon briefing room. The real war happened in -country. For the soldier in the field, Vietnam was the terror of walking point deep in the Jungle, it was a white knuckled helicopter flight into the heart of darkness. Vietnam was an enemy you never saw, a budd's life snuffed out in front of you. That was the real story of Vietnam, the story that didn't make the papers as often as a general's speech or a politition's press conference. But one reporter is changing all that. And his reports from then and there bring readers straight to a part of hell. More info →
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Texas Glory – An Epic Saga Of The Alamo

Texas Glory – An Epic Saga Of The Alamo

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They came from the hills of Tennessee and the bayou of Louisiana. They came with long guns and dreams, and called themselves Texans. They fought to get there. They fought to stay. Now, they would fight to the death. With names like Crockett, Houston and Bowie, they fought and clawed their way to an adobe-walled fortress called the Alamo. There, the small army of Independence stood in the way of Santa Anna's best troops. Outnumbered forty-to-one, they came to the Alamo to die, and their fight would live forever... Robert Vaughn master Western storyteller, tells the ultimate American frontier epic, the saga of the men and women whose destinies met at the Alamo, and the courage that shaped a legend and a land. More info →
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The New Frontier – The American Chronicles Book 8

The New Frontier – The American Chronicles Book 8

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Civil rights and Vietnam, The Berlin Wall and the Bay of Pigs: it was a time of cataclysmic change punctuated one November afternoon in Dallas by a series of gunshots that would change America forever... More info →
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Brandywine’s War

Brandywine’s War

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"World War II had its CATCH 22, Korea had its M.A.S.H. and Vietnam has its own comic masterpiece - Lt Col Joseph M.F. May There are dozens of unforgettable characters, and scores of authentic scenes in Brandywine's War. From behind the headlines, and the front-line dispatches has come this Rabelaisian novel. Chief Warrant Officer Vaughan completed Brandywine's War while serving his second of three tours of duty in Vietnam. More info →
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Cold War – The American Chronicles Book 7

Cold War – The American Chronicles Book 7

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The space race begins with the launch of Sputnik; rock 'n' roll fever sweeps across the nation; two superpowers face a nuclear showdown; and the struggle for civil rights begins, as America enters the modern age. More info →
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The Iron Curtain: The Forties – The American Chronicles Decade Book 6

The Iron Curtain: The Forties – The American Chronicles Decade Book 6

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Volume six of Robert Vaughan's American Chronicles begins with the emergence of a new America from the fiery furor of World War II, an America ready and eager to grasp the future. But the country cannot escape the shadows of the past horrors nor the obligation to the brave souls who fought for liberty and peace. As the defeated Germany faces herfate at Nuremberg and a Red scare makes its mark in every household, stories of courage, celebration, and the realization of destinies take place. Holocaust survivor Anna Gelbman heads off to Palestine to fight fora new homeland and to search for a daughter she hopes is still alive. Black pilot and war hero Travis Jackson's homecoming to Mississippi results in another battle, this time for equality. Award-winning war correspondent Shaylin McKay faces up to her devastating dread of love and loss after watching two men succumb to the terrors of war. Gifted Hollywood director Guy Colby, branded a Communist, sees his dreams fade as the witch-hunt continues. More info →
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The Masters And The Martyrs – The War Torn Book 5

The Masters And The Martyrs – The War Torn Book 5

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The Rodls a close knit German family torn between love of their homeland and a growing distrust of a creed of blood and hatred—heroes and victims of Hitler's Third Reich. As the bloody drama of World War II begins, Adolf Hitler comes to Schweinfurt, vital industrial cog in the Third Reich's giant war machine. There, he meets Heinrich, head of the Rodl family, a decent man who turns away from the excesses of the Nazis—a man whose ball bearing factory is crucial to Hitler's impending Blitzkrieg. There the Fuhrer also meets the bewitchingly beautiful Lisl Rodl, engaged to brilliant Symphony conductor, Paul Maass, whose deepest secret can destroy all those he loves. Meantime on the eastern front, fighting a life-or-death tank battle is Heinrichs son Rudi Rodl. And on the other side of the world, two young Americans prepare for a fateful rendezvous with the Rodls — and history. More info →
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The Embattled and the Bold – The War Torn Book 2

The Embattled and the Bold – The War Torn Book 2

In the epic struggle of the century, World War II, it's America and her allies at war against tyrants who'd subjugate all, and every American must risk all to help himself, his family and his country survive. The Holts, an Illinois family, are caught up in the trials of World War II, their sons Martin and Charles as soldiers and their daughter Dottie the wife of a soldier...some may live, some may not, but all, even those at home, will serve. More info →
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The Fallen and the Free – The War Torn Book 3

The Fallen and the Free – The War Torn Book 3

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Series: The War Torn Series, Book 3
Genre: Historical Fiction
Martin Holt and his comrades fly into the hell that's Germany at the ebb of the war, where a people are struggling for their very existence. After the gripping fear of experiencing their own homes, churches and schools--and wives and children--suffering the rain of rockets, their B-17's are flying with a purpose, and a vengeance. And the conflict is not only fought by those in the air, but that those at home who wait to see if loved ones will return. More info →
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The Brave and the Lonely – The War Torn Book 1

The Brave and the Lonely – The War Torn Book 1

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In the epic struggle of the century, World War II, it's America and her allies at war against tyrants who'd subjugate all, and every American must risk all to help himself, his family and his country survive. The Holts, an Illinois family, are caught up in the trials of World War II, their sons Martin and Charles as soldiers and their daughter Dottie the wife of a soldier...some may live, some may not, but all, even those at home, will serve. More info →
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