Free war Kindle books for 12 May 19

Seven Years Dead – A World War 2 Espionage Thriller

by Chuck Driskell

Tommy Whiteside was killed seven years ago. Allegedly.

In the waning days of the Second World War, Tommy’s American unit was slaughtered by the notorious Schutzstaffelâ??the Waffen SS. According to the U.S. government, there were no survivors.

But Tommy did surviveâ??the sole survivor of 187 men. In the interest of his privacy, the government provided him with a new identity in a different region of the country. But, unknown to the U.S. government, Tommy spent his college years planning his revenge. And now, in 1952, Tommy is traveling back to Germany. He’s going there to find the man, the murderer, the SS commander who ordered his friends killed.

Despite his deep-seeded hatred, Tommy is forced to assimilate with his German hosts. Though unwilling at first, he even finds himself yielding to the kindness of a German widow and her son. Although his hunt progresses successfully, he soon falls under the scrutiny of a dogged Berlin detective as well as a deadly legion of former SS.

Inspired by the true events of the Malmedy Massacre, SEVEN YEARS DEAD begins as a tale of revenge and transforms to one of redemption. With dual plot lines of journal entries recounting the massacre, paralleled with Tommy’s hunt for the SS, SEVEN YEARS DEAD is an action/crime thriller that esteemed World War II author Kelly Durham describes as “thrilling and riveting.”


by Brad Radnitz

THE BETTER MAN – An epic tale of two men, a woman, and their unyielding will to win in love, war, ambition, and power.

Garland Rice, a multi-millionaire playboy and Harvard football star and Clay Ballard, legendary lawman from Indian Territory, face-off as indomitable rivals at the turn of the 19th century.
As different as caviar and hardtack, they share a two-man tent in the buildup to the Rough Rider Brigade; bloody their knuckles in a fight over the alluring beauty, Lorelei Wrenn; storm a Cuban beach in the same landing craft – America’s first invasion of foreign soil – and charge side-by-side up the lethal San Juan Heights to Santiago in the climax to the Spanish-American War. 

WHO’S THE BETTER MAN? Who would you love and follow? The choices we make and why, inform us about America’s leadership and what makes men most powerful to this day.

Maric’s Reprieve (Unsung Warrior Book 1)

by Eric Thorpe

Haunted by a mistake that cost lives during his second tour in Afghanistan, Maric buries his demons in the farming communities of New Zealand – until his old SAS boss pulls him back to a world he has struggled to forget.

Some of his SAS comrades, now retired, have died in suspicious circumstances. Maric follows the trail to the Finn, a gun for hire who models himself on Carlos the Jackal. Determined to avenge their deaths, he joins an undercover operation deep into headhunter territory in Kalimantan (Borneo).

He and his team are expected to test experimental weapons decades ahead of their time, and destroy the diamond smuggling operation that is funding an East European crime syndicate. He soon discovers the Finn is heading a security force of Spetsnaz and mercs, and his plans start to unravel.

Will Maric be able to signal the main force for a HA/LO drop over the Kalimantan jungle in time? Can he shape the intel officers forced on him by the mission’s financial backers into part of his team? How will he get his teammates back when some of them are captured? Will he be able to best the Finn?

In The Shadow Of War (The Dark Mage Chronicles Book 1)

by Bradley Mitzelfelt

When a murderer strikes within the palace, Dearic Thyne is swift to action. The death of one of the Kingdom’s Minister’s threatens to throw them into war with an army of elves which will stop at nothing to destroy them. Unless he can manage to track down the killer and his accomplice, there is no hope for the survival of his people.

His plan has little to go on, and even his father, the King, doesn’t seem inclined to believe that he can accomplish the task. A distasteful guard is sent to join him in his hunt, and the two don’t get along right from the start. Joined on their quest by a willful and free-spirited church cleric, the companions set off to scour the countryside in effort to solve the murder, but they only have a week before the army marches.

Will that be enough time, or will their efforts fail In The Shadow Of War?

Special Ops 2 (Special Operations)

by Bob Mayer

2 Great Books for the price of one by West Point Graduate, former Green Beret and NY Times Bestselling Author Bob Mayer

Chasing the Lost from the Green Beret Series and The Jefferson Allegiance from the Presidential Series.

“A pulsing technothriller. A nailbiter in the best tradition of adventure fiction.” Publishers Weekly ref Bob Mayer

Horace Chase arrives on Hilton Head Island to pay his last respects at the Intracoastal Waterway where his late mother’s ashes were spread and to inspect the home his mother left him in her will. He’s been recently forced into retirement, his divorce is officially final, and now he’s standing in the middle of the front yard of his â??new’ house where a tree has crashed right through the center of it.

What could possibly go wrong?

Within six hours of arriving on Hilton Head, Chase is exchanging gunfire with men who’ve kidnapped a young boy and tried to grab the boy’s mother, Sarah Briggs. Soon he’s waist deep in an extortion plot to funnel a hundred million dollars of Superbowl on-line gambling money into an offshore bank account or else the boy dies.

Dave Riley has long retired from the military and living peacefully on sleepy Dafuskie Island off the coast of South Carolina. Sort of. Actually he’s bored, feeling old, and just a bit cranky running his deceased uncle’s small-time bookie operation.

Horace Chase, meet Dave Riley. Riley-Chase.

Chase and Riley assemble a team of misfits and eccentrics as they take on the powerful Russian mob in the lawless tidal lands of the Low Country to get the boy back.

It adds up to a fiery confrontation to rescue the young boy, and settle some old scores.

But Riley and Chase need to remember a basic tenet from their days in covert operations: Nothing is ever as it appears.

The 4th of July 1826. As Thomas Jefferson lies dying, he gives his part of his Jefferson Cipher to Edgar Allen Poe, with instructions to take the disks to West Point. In Massachusetts, John Adams entrusts his part of the Cipher to Colonel Thayer, the superintendent of the Military Academy. As Thayer rides away, Adams utters his final words: “Thomas Jefferson survives.”

In the present, Green Beret Paul Ducharme has been recalled from Afghanistan after the â??accidental’ death of his best friend, the son of one of the Philosophers. While Ducharme is visiting his friend’s gravesite in Arlington, an old man is executed by a member from the Society of Cincinnati know as the Surgeon, who is seeking to gather all the pieces of the cipher. In a nearby restaurant, former CIA and now Curator at Monticello, Evie Tolliver, waits anxiously for her mentor to arrive, but he’s killed by the same assassin at the Zero Milestone. His heart and the Philosopher’s head are displayed as a grisly message on top of the stone, echoing Jefferson’s famous head-heart letter.

Ducharme and Tolliver, the unknowing heirs to become the next generation of caretakers of the Jefferson Allegiance, team up and must battle the Surgeon to assemble the Cipher and find the Jefferson Allegiance, a document that has kept the balance of power in the United States for over two centuries.

The Society of the Cincinnati was founded in May of 1783. A leading member was Alexander Hamilton, and the first President of the Society was George Washington. Thomas Jefferson was not allowed membership. The Society of the Cincinnati is the oldest, continuous military society in North America. It has its current headquarters at the Anderson House in downtown Washington, DC.

In 1802, President Thomas Jefferson, well known for his strong opposition to a standing army, established the United State Military Academy, the oldest Military Academy in North America. In 1819, Thomas Jefferson founded the University of Virginia, the first college in the United States to separate religion from education. It has its current headquarters in Philosophical Hall on Liberty

UNENDING: A Story of Turn-Based Combat

by Brian Parker

1791, the world is in chaos as five massive armies fight for control of the globe.

Corporal Jacob Dawes is a soldier in the Green Commonwealth’s First Regiment. His unit was mustered in Jakarta fourteen fighting seasons ago. Since then, he’s fought in Siam, China, Mongolia and Eastern Siberia, all for the glory of an unseen general back home.

He’s tired of fighting. Each season the First Regiment either defends or attacksâ??they never rest. Can he continue to honor his family name in this endless war before he goes insane?

Runt Wade

by Robert Rogers

Thirteen Years after being honorably discharged from the Army, Vietnam veteran and sociopath Runt Wade makes a living scamming banks, senior citizens and laundering drug money from a CIA splinter group headed by his old commanding officer. He’s in love with Mai Linn, a gift from Wade’s Montagnard fighting companion. Life is good until one man threatens his entire existence. Once again, Wade finds himself looking down the sights of the crossbow he’d used in Vietnam to kill his enemies Unfortunately, the rules of the jungle no longer apply and he finds himself hunted by a determined female detective and a senior citizen whose aid she solicited. And, those whose drug money he launders turn on him.

sennjounokiriichi: ramuzatoeruharifaisouchouhenn (Japanese Edition)

by kazusakaworu

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Schad’ nischt – is’ Krieg: Eine Erzählung von Zerstörung und Aufbau (German Edition)

by Horst Etmer

Der Autor, geboren 1928, erzählt detailliert, unterhaltsam und kurzweilig von seinen ersten 25 Lebensjahren: Prägende Kindheit im Nationalsozialismus, in frühester Jugend kriegsdienstverpflichtet, Reifeprüfung in der Nachkriegszeit – auf Basis seiner Tagebuchaufzeichnungen und ergänzt durch zahlreiche Hintergrundinformationen liefert der Autor eine Bereicherung für das Verständnis der Geschichte unserer Eltern und GroÃ?eltern.

Praga de humo (Spanish Edition)


La obra narra el drama que viven Karel Pecka y Anna Mahler desde que son confinados en campos de concentración durante la segunda guerra mundial. Si bien regresan a Praga cuando termina el conflicto bélico, Karel Pecka decide abandonar su país porque es víctima de la persecución que realiza un ex prisionero de Buchenwald que le acusa de una supuesta delación.
Praga de humo es una incitación al lector para que, a través de la lectura, pueda visualizar la parte oscura del ser humano como también las bondades de éste y pueda percibir el permanente fluido de las pasiones del hombre que conducen al fenómeno verdugo-víctima-verdugo.


José Luis Pérez Ramírez es autor de “Un vaso de agua”, “La mañana breve del arrebato” y de “La voluntad del soberano”, publicadas en Amazon.

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Lily of the Fields

by June Hirst

Lily Lewis led a drab narrow existence.
As a child she had to look after her father and little sister and work in the fish market.
While she was taking sanctuary in the church, after being made homeless by German bombs, she saw a poster advertising the Women’s Land Army. This was the turning point of her life.
As a Land Girl she enjoyed deep, everlasting, friendship. Her sexuality was awakened as she met three different men and experienced passion and love.

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