Fiction

By-Laws and Guidelines/Definitions (2012)

ARTICLE I    Name

 This organization is known as the Military Writers Society of America, and is sometimes referred to herein and elsewhere as MWSA

ARTICLE II    Board of Directors

The Board of Directors shall consist of nine members (President is the Chairman, Past-President serves one term as Board Member, the Founder as a Permanent Board Member and six elected members).

Good, the Bad and the Murderous, The

Title: The Good, the Bad and the Murderous
Author: Chester D. Campbell: Night Shadows Press
Genre: Fiction Sub-Category: Thriller/Mystery
Reviewed by: Rob Ballister

ISBN (for Amazon store): 0984604448

Medicare fraud, drug trafficking, a hired killer, a crooked cop, it's a nightmare scenario PI Sid Chance finds himself in when he takes a tough assignment-prove a young man just out of prison for murder when he was twelve did not commit a new homicide. Everything is thrown upside down when Jaz LeMieux, the wealthy ex-cop working with him on the case, finds herself accused of a despicable crime, and the evidence is damning. When a hit man comes after Sid, all hell breaks loose.

Author(s) Mentioned: 
Campbell, Chester

Solomon’s Men

Title: Solomon’s Men
Author: Glenn Starkey
Genre: Fiction Sub-Category: Mystery/Thriller
Reviewed by: Edward Cox

ISBN (for Amazon store): 1932196072

Greg Valdez operates just the other side of the line, as a thief for private collectors. He's known as the best in the business. You name it, he's stolen it-from jewels to fine art. Now his mission takes him to an ancient monastery in Portugal, to steal a priceless artifact-the true Shroud of Turin-from beneath the altar. Centuries-old oaths and traditions come into play as modern day Templar Knights launch an international search for the thief and the Shroud. Glenn Starkey has written a book that will put you on the edge of your seat and keep you there. A real thriller in the tradition of the genre, Solomon's Men will take you on a roller coaster ride you'll wish would never end. You'll be asking yourself when Glenn Starkey's next book will hit the stands.

Author(s) Mentioned: 
Starkey, Glenn

Silent Enemy

Title: Silent Enemy
Author: Thomas W. Young
Genre: Fiction Sub-Category: Thriller/Mystery
Reviewed by: John Cathcart

ISBN (for Amazon store): 0399157794

Four years after the events of The Mullah's Storm ("an irresistible adventure story"-USA Today), jihadists strike the Afghan National Police training center in Kabul, killing many and wounding others, including Sergeant Major Sophia Gold. The injured are hurriedly loaded onto a C-5 Galaxy bound for Germany, but once airborne, the commander, Major Michael Parson, receives a message. The jihadists have placed bombs on some planes leaving Afghanistan, and the Galaxy is one of them. If Parson tries to descend-the bomb will go off.

Parson, Gold, and everybody else aboard are trapped at altitude, until either they or someone on the ground can figure out what to do. They can refuel in midair, but not indefinitely. The aircraft is deteriorating, the condition of the patients is worsening, the crew is tiring-and their biggest challenges are yet to come. The enemy is all around . . . and will take surprising form.

Author(s) Mentioned: 
Young, Thomas W.

Fortino

Title: Fortino
Author: Jan E. Culbertson
Genre: Fiction Sub-Category: Historical Fiction
Reviewed by: jim greenwald

ISBN (for Amazon store): 1453887008

Fortino is the story a young Mexican boy growing up at a time in history where Mexico experienced a revolution. As an unwilling participant, Fortino must deal with death, forced labor, and war, but in the end, will he survive?

Author(s) Mentioned: 
Culbertson, Jan E.

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