Book Reviews

Reviews of books by MWSA members. Reviews appear in reverse chronological order, with the most recent review posted appearing first.
Note: Some older reviews are being reposted to this site and those will appear out of order.

Right To Kill: A Brooklyn Tale

Right To Kill: A Brooklyn Tale is a fast paced novel which depicts the life and times of living in Brooklyn New York during the Vietnam War.

Right To Kill: A Brooklyn Tale
by: Jim McGinty
Book Category: Historical Fiction
Reviewed by: Dick Geschke

ISBN (links go to the MWSA Amazon store): B00ARAQS86

Author(s) Mentioned: 
McGinty, Jim

Road to Frogmore: Turning Slaves Into Citizens, The

A like-real read to learn all about the historical transition from slave to "freedman" on the sea islands of South Carolina, 1860's!

The Road to Frogmore: Turning Slaves Into Citizens
by Carolyn P. Schriber
Book Category: Historical Fiction
Reviewed by: Hodge Wood

ISBN (links go to the MWSA Amazon store): 0982774524

Author(s) Mentioned: 
Schriber, Carolyn P.

Backbone: History, Traditions, and Leadership Lessons of Marine Corps NCOs

If Marine NCOs form the backbone of the Corps, then the fourteen traits Julia Dye lists form their individual bones.

Backbone: History, Traditions, and Leadership Lessons of Marine Corps NCOs
by Julia Dye
Book Category: Reference
Reviewed by: B. N. Peacock

ISBN (links go to the MWSA Amazon store): B008SLCRIQ

Author(s) Mentioned: 
Dye, Julia

All I Could Be: The Story of a Woman Warrior in Iraq

Relating the female experience of war

All I Could Be: The Story of a Woman Warrior in Iraq
by Miyoko Hikiji
Book Category: Memoir
Reviewed by: Margaret Brown

ISBN (links go to the MWSA Amazon store): 1933909587

Author(s) Mentioned: 
Hikiji, Miyoko

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