Military Thriller Books

The best military thriller eBooks for kindle, nook, iBooks and more, including war fiction, conspiracy fiction, assassination thrillers, sniper stories and more.

A Cold Day in Mosul by Isaac Hooke

Book Review: A Cold Day In Mosul, a Spy Thriller by Isaac Hooke

The Bottom Line: Bravo. At last, a truly great spy thriller set in the war against the Islamic State. A breathtaking, nuanced and can’t-put-it-down novel. Samantha Rond, America’s top spy in the Middle East, is laser-focused on a mission of singular importance: to hunt down and terminate the acting caliph of the Islamic State. Sam […]

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Silent Cats by JD Wallace

Book Review: Silent Cats: Deadly Dance, a new Espionage Thriller by J.D. Wallace

The Bottom Line: This emotionally gripping depiction of love, war and espionage is an excellent first installment in what is sure to be a terrific series. A must-read for fans of the hit TV show The Americans. J.D. Wallace’s new spy thriller is based upon the relationship between a real-life CIA Clandestine Operations Officer and […]

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The Krakow Klub Book Cover

Book Review: The Krakow Klub, a new Sci-Fi Thriller by Philip C. Elrod

The Bottom Line: Once again, Philip C. Elrod has taken traditional alien invasion tropes, turned them upside down, and given us something genuinely new and thrilling. Good stuff. The second installment in Elrod’s series about an alien race from a doomed planet deftly transport us into breathtaking new territory. From the outside, John F. Scott appears […]

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Book Review: The Lost Prophet, a Religious Thriller by James B. McPike

The Bottom Line: A well-researched and entertaining religious thriller set in the Holy Land. Recommended for fans of Joel C. Rosenberg. As the second installment in James B. McPike’s Vince Ramsey series opens, a tour group is heading ever deeper into Israel’s Tomb of the Prophets Haggai, Zechariah and Malachi. At last they come upon […]

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Executive Reaction by CW Lemoine

Book Review: Executive Reaction, a new Political Thriller by C.W. Lemoine

The Bottom Line: Every bit as addictive as TV’s 24 series, the fourth entry in the Spectre series evolves into a fast-paced, ripped-from-the-headlines political thriller. C.W. Lemoine’s globetrotting Spectre series has seen the action shift from the deserts of Iraq and Syria to the homeland. This fourth entry shifts much of the action to the Asia […]

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Archangel Fallen by CW Lemoine

Book Review: Archangel Fallen, a Military Thriller by C.W. Lemoine

The Bottom Line: Riveting, addictive and essential for any military thriller fan. The stakes in C.W. Lemoine’s Spectre series grow ever higher as pilot-turned-fugitive unearths a plot that threatens not only his life, but national security as well. When we first catch sight of fighter pilot Cal “Spectre” Martin and his trusty animal companion, Zeus, […]

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Avoid. Negotiation. Kill.

Book Review: Avoid. Negotiate. Kill., a Military Thriller by C.W. Lemoine

The Bottom Line: Military Thriller fans looking for the next Brad Thor have found their savior in C.W. Lemoine’s Spectre series. The second entry in Lemoine’s Spectre series is an emotionally charged affair with eye-popping air combat scenes. Recruited into a secret organization called Project Archangel, fighter pilot Cal “Spectre” Martin is mourning the apparent […]

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michael byars lewis

Book Review: Surly Bonds, a Military Thriller by Michael Byars Lewis

The Bottom Line: Guaranteed to please Brad Thor fans, this terrific military thriller finds Moscow hardliners plotting to assassinate the next U.S. president. Moscow, 1995. A small group of communist hardliners, intent on overthrowing the existing Russian regime, gather to discuss operational details. Confident that their plans will work, there’s just one problem – Senator […]

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Patriot, a Brooke Kinley Adventure by A.S. Bond

In Afghanistan, a US Army patrol is devastated by an enemy with sophisticated weaponry, while in D.C., Pentagon staffer Scott Jenson tips off the ambitious young reporter Brooke Kinley about a billionaire businessman’s involvement in terrorism. But why is the White House determined to protect this businessman, and why does the answer seem to lie […]

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