Tom Clancy - Fiction - 1994 - 750 pages
John Kelly, an ordinary man, crosses the lines of justice and morality and becomes the legendary Mr. Clark of the CIA, a man of ruthless and brilliant cunning, whose merciless ...
Payne Harrison - Fiction - 1993 - 497 pages
While the United States and the Soviet Confederation come together on a mission that symbolizes their newly forged trust and cooperation, a force of nature resting below ...
Tom Clancy - Fiction - 1990 - 688 pages
The assassinations of the U.S. ambassador and the visiting head of the F.B.I. by Colombian drug lords trigger a mysterious covert response and an investigation of U.S. and ...
Frederick Forsyth - Fiction - 1995 - 592 pages
A terrible weapon has come into the hands of Saddam Hussein, presenting a dangerous challenge to General Schwarzkopf and his colleagues, and a heroic young spy in Baghdad holds ...
Ralph Peters - Fiction - 1990 - 400 pages
Explores the human side of the Soviet Red Army during an invasion of Germany that forces a desperate response by the U.S. and its NATO allies
Tom Clancy - History - 2007 - 641 pages
Provides an analysis of the art of modern warfare as seen through the eyes of General Frederick M. Franks, Jr., an armor and infantry commander during the Gulf War.
Leon Uris - Fiction - 1958 - 599 pages
An American nurse becomes involved in the dramatic events leading to the establishment of the Israeli nation