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  • Six Days of Impossible

    Navy SEAL Hell Week - A Doctor Looks Back by

    Hell Week has never been described so effectively. Six days in Hell define every SEAL that moves past the point of no return in their minds. Robert Adams, MD brings the experiences of his classmates into view with real, difficult to believe ...


  • Cape Bretoner at Large

    From New Waterford to Tokyo and Beyond by

    Although this book, written for his grandchildren, is one man's chronicle of his life and his 38 year career in the Royal Canadian Navy during the Cold War, it is also a compelling story about pride in one's cultural roots, the pursuit of adventure, ...


  • ‘Happy’ Norman, Volume I (1927-1957)

    Give Me The Child… and I Will Give You The Man by

    The Extraordinary Life of an Ordinary Man in Letters to my Grandchildren and Other Friends “Give me the child… and I will give you the man” is the first of five volumes that constitute the autobiography of Keith Norman. Having approached an age ...


  • Unauthorized Acts

    Risky Tales from a Vietnam Medic by

    Medic Criss Hinson had been in Vietnam for only four days when unauthorized, he joined a flight in need of a medic to help transport wounded back to Da Nang. The plane was hit by machine gun rounds and forced to land in nearby rice paddies. Its ...


  • Warrior Rising

    A Soldier’s Journey to PTSD and Back by

    Warrior Rising is a very personal and inspirational story of LCol Chris Linford’s road to a diagnosis of PTSD after three operational deployments to the Gulf War, Rwanda, and Kandahar, Afghanistan. He recounts his associated war stories, but it was ...


  • Angels Ten!

    Memoirs of a WWII Spitfire Pilot by

    On November 24th, 1941, Richard Gilman crashed his disabled Spitfire V-B at high speed into a mud bank near Shoreham Emergency Airport in Sussex, England. He was only 19 years old. The accident led to several operations, over a year of ...


  • Cold War Warrior

    Canadian MI-6 Agent Lawrence Fox by

    Lawrence Fox was born and raised in Midland, Ontario and enlisted in the RCAF in 1952. Distinguished by his outstanding marksmanship from the beginning of his military career, he was selected immediately as a candidate for dangerous espionage work ...


  • That Lucky Old Son

    Re-discovering My Father Through His World War II Bomber Command and POW Experiences by

    A moving work of autobiographical fiction, That Lucky Old Son takes readers on a journey of adventure, danger, and self-discovery as the author weaves his own memories with his father’s experiences in Bomber Command with No. 158 Squadron RAF during ...


  • A Hundred Years of Tears

    One Soldier's Story from the Savannah to the Somme by

    Follow in the boot steps of Sgt. John Guess, a young soldier from Southern California and recipient of America’s Distinguished Service Cross, as he tells the story of his journey from the farm land of the Savannah Ranch to the farm lands of France ...


  • OHMS

    by

    Michael Scholfield tells his life journey as a junior salesman, bandsman, Bandmaster, teacher, church organist, choirmaster and Adjudicator, travelling across the globe, from the seaside town of Brighton, to the Tower of London, Malta, Tripoli, ...