War Fiction

Perfume River Robert Olen Butler

PERFUME RIVER examines family ties with flashbacks from the Viet Nam War. The author's experience as an Army intelligence agent during that period gives him a great advantage in creating what many critics say is best novel yet by the Pulitzer Prize winner.

 

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The Deserter Nelson DeMille

THE DESERTER finds two top military investigators searching Venezuela for a former Delta Force captain who deserted his unit a year before in Afghanistan, and to hopefully overcome their suspicions of each other and their methods to find their man alive, if possible. 

 

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Fives and Twenty-Fives Michael Pitre

FIVES AND TWENTY-FIVES lays bare the corrosive psychological effects and the dark humor of modern warfare. Critics have called this the best novel to come out of the Iraq conflict.

 

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The Ventriloquists E.R. Ramzipoor

THE VENTRILOQUISTS finds a young girl, Helene, masquerading as a boy and selling newspapers to survive on the streets of 1943 Brussels. When the Nazis pressure her friend, a publisher of dissident underground newspapers, to betray his cause or die, they and their peers decide to pretend to cave to the German demands,...