W.E.B. Griffin (1994)
The Corps: Semper Fi / Call to Arms / Counterattack (Three Complete Novels)
Putnam Pub Group
Griffin has the unique talent of being able to blend true-to-life history with pulse-pounding action. The novels are set in the Pacific theater right before World Ware II. Probably the best set of military action thrillers available. More...
Stephen Templin / Howard E. Wasdin (2011)
SEAL Team Six: Memoirs of an Elite Navy SEAL Sniper.
St. Martin's Press
Wasdin was a member of SEAL team six - those guys who got bin Laden. While he was not involved in the OBL raid, his biography reads like an action thriller. More...
Nelson DeMille (2002)
The General's Daughter.
Vietnam veteran DeMille wrote this story of military justice with an eye for the life on a military base. Paul Brenner of the Army's Criminal Investigation Division is assigned to handle the bizarre murder case of Ann Campbell, daughter of Fort Hadley's post commander. The case is politically explosive, as high-ranking soldiers are linked to Ann's shocking secret sex life. More...
Nelson DeMille (1987)
Word of Honor.
DeMille tells the story of ordinary soldier, Ben Tyson, whose Army commission is reactivated so that he can be prosecuted on charges of murder. 15 years ago, his platoon fought in the Tet offensive in Vietnam. He is accused of ordering killings of civilians in a hospital. But was it really true - or is someone grinding an axe? A gripping courtroom drama. More...