Category: REVIEWS

Mark Barnes

A career soldier, Nap Murray spent his working life with the Colours and eventually reached the rank of full general during his service with NATO.…

Mark Barnes

This could be the easiest review I will ever write. I’m not going to waste your time thinking up any clever wordy stuff to make…

Mark Barnes

You wouldn’t be reading this without the power of the internet and we have all seen what a wonderful tool it can be.  I work…

Mark Barnes

If you need an example of the wide range of titles published by Pen & Sword you have to look no further than this curio…

Mark Barnes

I’m sure William Blake’s immortal lines have been attached to the Tiger tank before. It was published in 1794 and knowing his revulsion of the…

Mark Barnes

I’ve been to Normandy four times and have always had memorable adventures on the history trail. The great omission has been a close look to…

Mark Barnes

Reading this book illustrates just how little I know about the Russian Revolution, let alone the Civil War, so I won’t begin to con you…

Mark Barnes

My daily commute into the capital allows me time to read plenty of books as long as I am able to zone out from the…

Mark Barnes

Tommy Broom was a pre-war erk who left Somerset for a life of adventure in far off places in the British Empire.  His time as…

Mark Barnes

HELL HAWKS! The Untold Story of the American Fliers Who Savaged Hitler’s Wehrmacht.There is no question that it was one hell of a hard hitting…

Mark Barnes

If you take the Menin Road from Ypres towards Hooge you pass the fields on the left hand side where my great uncle Leslie lived…

Mark Barnes

I read a lot of books and it’s fair to say that a lot of the stuff that passes my eyes leaves something to be…