This fast-paced and compelling read closes a significant gap in the historiography of the late Cold War U.S. Army and is crucial for understanding the current situation in the Middle East. 526 pp.
Describes the authors' personal involvement in the CIA investigation into a leak in Soviet asset intelligence, which led to the identification of Aldrich Ames as the mole and details his arrest and conviction on charges of treason. 228 pp.
Dick Cole has long stood in the powerful spotlight of fame that has followed him since his B-25 was launched from a Navy carrier and flown toward Japan just four months after the attack on Pearl Harbor. But Dolittle's Raid was only the opening act of Cole's flying career. 321 pp.
In this riveting insider's chronicle, legendary Marine General Brute Krulak submits an unprecedented examination of U.S. Marines, their fights on the battlefield and off, and their extraordinary esprit de corps. 252 pp.
Examines the decades leading up to the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and the city's recovery from it. 355 pp.