Inside Abu Ghraib: Memoirs of Two U.S. Military Intelligence Officers

In 2003, Maj. William Edwards and Lt. Col. Robert P. Walters of the 165th Military Intelligence Battalion were given the near-impossible task of improving the U.S. Army's security posture at Abu Ghraib prison under unfathomable conditions. With input from officers who served with them, their candid firsthand accounts of life at the notorious prison reveal unpublished details of the human devastation that took place there, along with unexpected glimpses of humanity.


Written by John Armbuster.

Cheerful Obedience

The characters of this book highlight the men America sent off to Vietnam in the 1960s and early 1970s. Damn good men ordered to fight a war that would tear at the social and family fabric of America. Cheerful Obedience is a story of duty, loyalty, and ultimately survival.

Unknown Rider

Former Top gun instructor Jack Stewart’s new novel: Unknown Rider

This Troubled Ground

This Troubled Ground is an Air Force officer’s search for meaning from his two deployments to Afghanistan and his service at the Air Force Mortuary at Dover Air Force Base. His world intersects twice with a mother’s desperate quest to find hope after her young son is killed serving with the U.S. Marines in Afghanistan.

Captured by Love: Inspiring True Romance Stories from Vietnam POWs

New! How ironic that the Vietnam POWs' physical and mental suffering and years of separation actually helped them create great romance and lasting love. You won't believe the 20 stories from these Top Gun POWs.

Veterans Healthcare

VETERANS HEALTHCARE: The Essentials for Improving the Veterans Health Administration by Juan Orellana, MD, MS, FACS Paperback is $14.99 through

The Flags of My Father It can take a long time, often too long, for a son to recognize the value of his father, in his own life and that of the society he defended. The experience of my father, Col Nicoll F. “Nick” Galbraith, GSC, U.S. Army, has come to me in magnificent proportion with my self-publication of "Valley of the Shadow: An Account of American POWs of the Japanese," published by XLibris in June 2018, revised May 2020. This experience was triggered, now seemingly long ago, by the ambitious year-long exposition of our Pioneers Museum in Colorado Springs in 2010, titled So Far From Home: the American POW Experience in World War II, the entire Japanese half of which was my father’s wartime archive, from the surrender of Corregidor in May 1942 and continuing through the three-and-a-half years of infliction as a “guest of the emperor.” As our Galbraith family amalgamated our father’s extensive POW archive, including Gen. Jonathan M. Wainwright’s original Corregidor surrender order, that aged, dusty box containing over 1,000 handwritten flimsies was dragged out from a deep family shelf and I began to understand, page by page, what we had. The two flags played an integral part in the Corregidor surrender process and an emotional one in August 1945, when the POWs were rescued/released by a six-man OSS team and the Russian Red Army, both events being very close calls. Col. Galbraith treats these experiences thematically, in third-person narrative format, enabling him to offer a psychological, emotional and moral matrix to help the reader interpret the challenges and personal behaviors of incarcerated American prisoners who suddenly had been deprived of their normal social and physical lives as officers, colleagues, husbands and fathers. Galbraith describes his own and his prison mates’ struggle to maintain their personal dignity and relationships. Whitney H. Galbraith Colorado Springs, Colo.

Best Unique Senior Trivia Book

A new, different, better format for senior trivia books

Free Speech or Sedition: Book VI Homicide Detective John Francis Kelly series

Freedom is on the line. Our democracy is threatened. In Book VI, Kelly has to find the perpetrator of three murders. No clues, at least at first. Then the FBI volunteers him for an investigation that involves a threat to our national security democracy.