Making A Marine in the 21st Century

The ultimate guide to Marine Corps Recruit Training. Making a Marine in the 21st Century tells about a new recruit's journey through MCRD SD. This book provides the foresight every recruit will want to know and information family members need to know to endure Marine boot camp.

Images of America - Camp Merritt

A collection of photographic and post card images of the United States largest embarkation base during World War One.

A Double Dose of Hard Luck

When Charles Harrison was born outside Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1921, no one could have predicted the perils he would encounter on his journey through life. Enlisting in the Marine Corps at the young age of eighteen, Charles was one of the very few men in American history who were imprisoned as POWs during two different wars, World War II and the Korean War. He then served valiantly in yet a third conflict, Vietnam. Charles Harrison's story is one of determination, faith, courage, love for his country, and an incredible will to overcome all obstacles with honor and dignity.


This memoir shares one woman’s emotional story of her ex-husband and how he murdered their three children before killing himself.

Russia Before Putin

This book contains personal reminiscences of the author over the 50 years from Stalin to Brezhnev.


“Yep, I’m definitely a people person, or should I say, a people’s dog. Hanging out with dogs and cats or any other kind of animal is not my cup of tea, you see?” The companionship and friendship of human beings is my strongest suit.

SKIP'S Legacy

I am from…… Eating beans and hotdogs every Saturday night…… Shooting “Hoops” at a basket mounted on a telephone pole…… Playing “Kick-the-Can and “Hide-and-Seek” in the street after supper…… Reciting the “Pledge of Allegiance” and a Prayer each day at school…… Standing at attention, hand on heart, when the American Flag goes by ……

Home of the Brave

When a western Colorado woman founded a project to offer mental health support, job and housing advice and other aid for returning warriors, she did not count on was how much men and women who had served still had to give. My book Home of the Brave is about this woman and her town, and about community and military service and the possibilities born of creativity and commitment.

Not Going Home Alone: A Marine's Story

Military Memoir of interest to all fellow Legionnaires, Vietnam Veterand especially

A Journey into War

A Journey into War is the great American war novel that took 30 years to create.