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W E B Griffin



A pseudonym used by William E Butterworth

W.E.B. Griffin is the author of more than thirty epic novels in five series, all of which have been listed on The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Publishers Weekly and other best-seller lists. More than forty million of his books are in print in more than ten languages, including Hebrew, Chinese, Japanese, and Hungarian. 
 
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W E B Griffin recommends
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The Deep Kill (1984)
Jack Dugan (William E Butterworth)
"Gripping adventure!"
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Weather Hawk (1990)
Herbert Crowder
"A crackerjack thriller!"
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Steel Tiger (1990)
Mark Berent
"Berent knows his planes and men and battle."
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Allied in Victory (1992)
(Men at Arms, book 4)
Con Sellers
"Compelling..."
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Pressure Point (1992)
Dick Couch
"A gripping insider's view of the secret world of nuclear security."
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Distant Valor (1996)
C X Moreau
"He shows the reader what it really means to be a Marine."
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Final Thunder (1996)
Tom Wilson
"Tom Wilson joins the top rank of military novelists."
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Shattered Bone (1997)
Chris Stewart
"A splendid thriller, the aerial action scenes are outstanding."
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The Price of Honour (1999)
David H Hackworth
"Front-line legend Col. David H. Hackworth proves in this gripping tale that he is as accomplished a storyteller as he is a soldier. With vivid, powerful combat action and a terrific band of brothers in arms, The Price of Honor is one of the year's outstanding military thrillers."
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Moon of Bitter Cold (2002)
Frederick J Chiaventone
"Outstandingly well researched and superbly crafted, each page of this riveting work breathes new life into a period and a people obscured by time."
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The Wrong Side of Brightness (2003)
Austin Bay
"This bold, blistering novel goes beyond the Iraqi-American conflict to reveal the hearts of soldiers everywhere."
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Tin Soldiers (2003)
(Tin Soldiers)
Michael Farmer
"One of the most realistic armored-combat novels to come along in years."
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Assured Response (2003)
(Scott Dalton and Jackie Sullivan, book 3)
Joe Weber
"A chilling scenario of global warfare . . . The suspense never stops."
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America (2004)
(Joint Task Force, book 2)
David E Meadows
"When Meadow's men set sail, it's sure to be a mission like no other."
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A Slow Walk to Hell (2004)
(Martin Collins, book 3)
Patrick A Davis
"Davis is the real thing."
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Napalm Dreams (2004)
(Men of Valor, book 1)
John F Mullins
"Explosive! Mullins is the real deal, and puts you in the heat of the battle."
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Armageddon (2004)
(Dale Brown's Dreamland, book 6)
Dale Brown and Jim DeFelice
"Dale Brown is a superb storyteller."
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Pride Runs Deep (2005)
(Jack Tremain Submarine Thriller, book 1)
R Cameron Cooke
"Captures the heroic highs and hellish lows of our WWII submariners."
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Midnight Plague (2005)
Gregg Keizer
"A thriller as daring as D-Day itself."
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Pearl Harbor (2007)
(Pacific War , book 1)
William R Forstchen and Newt Gingrich
"A Thrilling Tale of the Attack That Marked America's Darkest Day."
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Blue Warrior (2014)
(Troy Pearce, book 2)
Mike Maden
"Mike Maden understands that sometimes the most lethal warriors are those just out of sight."
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Putin's Gambit (2017)
James O Born and Lou Dobbs
"Delving deep past today's headlines, Lou Dobbs and James O. Born craft a captivating tale that's at once thrilling and chilling."

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