‘Call to Engage’ Is As Funny As It Is Swoonworthy [REVIEW]

Sailors

The Navy SEALs who make up Team Poseidon are the best of the best.
(Photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Iain L Stratton, US Navy via Flickr)

The men who make up the Navy SEALs Poseidon team work together with absolute cohesion because they train beyond the rest and study further than most. But when a mission goes south, one of the team’s finest is seriously injured. Will he ever be able to mend his heart and mind as well as his body? Find out in Tawny Weber’s latest, Call to Engage.  Read more of this post

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Discover How More Than 300,000 Soldiers Survived Impossible Odds at ‘Dunkirk’ [REVIEW]

Fionn Whitehead in DUNKIRK

Fionn Whitehead as Tommy in the Warner Bros. Pictures action thriller, “DUNKIRK,” a Warner Bros. Pictures release. (Photo by Melinda Sue Gordon)

One of the biggest summer blockbusters coming to cinemas this summer is Dunkirk, award-winning writer/director Christopher Nolan’s captivating retelling of one of the most infamous moments of World War II: the daring evacuation of more than 300,000 Allied soldiers from a beach on the northern coast of France, just 305 kilometers north of Paris. But no matter how brilliant the film may be, there is obviously a lot of historical detail that can’t be packed into an hour and 46 minutes. That’s where Joshua Levine’s new book, Dunkirk: The History Behind the Major Motion Picture steps up to fill in the gaps.   Read more of this post

Navy SEAL Returns from the Dead in ‘Gone to Dust’ [REVIEW]

Looking through the reeds

Romance novelist Miller Darling’s brother is in trouble, and she’s determined to save him in Liliana Hart’s Gone to Dust. (Photo by Bing Tan, Flickr)

When one of fiction’s brightest stars receives an unexpected package in the mail, little does she know that it will set her life on a collision course with deception, danger, and romance. But will she be able to survive long enough to enjoy the ride? Find out in the second installment of Liliana Hart’s Gravediggers series, Gone to Dust.  Read more of this post

Rhys Bowen Breaks Down Social Barriers ‘In Farleigh Field’ [REVIEW]

English manor

With the onset of WWII, everything is quickly changing for Lord Westerham and his family in Rhys Bowen’s In Farleigh Field. (Photo by Marc Pether-Longman, Flickr)

Spies. British aristocracy. A dead body. A love triangle. Rhys Bowen’s new World War II thriller, In Farleigh Field, has it all in spades, making for a truly delicious stand-alone novel that will delight fans of Masterpiece Theater’s Home Fires and Downton Abbey.  Read more of this post

James Rollins and Grant Blackwood’s ‘War Hawk’ Terrifies Us While Winning Our Hearts [REVIEW]

Soldier and military dog

Will former Army Ranger Tucker Wayne and Kane, his military working dog, be able to find a killer before it is too late? Find out in James Rollins and Grant Blackwood’s WAR HAWK. (Photo by U.S. Army Pfc. Julian Turner)

In James Rollins and Grant Blackwood’s War Hawk, a woman and her son are on the run from assassins, and only Tucker Wayne can keep them safe. To do so, he starts a global manhunt in search of a killer. The truth will lead him and his faithful canine companion to uncover deeply buried secrets which date back to World War II and a startling true event that will redefine humanity. Read more of this post