Nuclear Events, War Stories, and Heroism: Discounted Nonfiction eBooks

The Story of the Wreck of the Titanic on Kindle

The Story of the Wreck of the Titanic ($1.99) by Marshall Everett: Originally published just months after The Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic, this sobering yet sensationalist volume – written and edited by Marshall Everett – includes a collection of survivors’ accounts, including close escapes and unparalleled acts of heroism.

This deal is good on March 17, 2019

Kindle


Men Who Play God on Kindle

Men Who Play God ($0.99) by Norman Moss: A thorough, gripping overview of a series of the most significant nuclear events in history that brought lasting global consequences. “A detailed and brilliant account… full of illumination… fascinating.” – New Yorker.

This deal is good on March 17, 2019

Kindle


Does My Suicide Vest Make Me Look Fat?: A Soldier's Year in Iraq on Kindle

Does My Suicide Vest Make Me Look Fat? ($0.99) by John Ready: One soldier’s account of his Iraq deployment in 2003-2004. Most books of the era are written along the lines of “We came, we saw, we kicked their butts!” This is about the human side of war: the insane, funny, stupid, and tragic details. It’s what the media did not bring home to the American people. One reviewer called it ” a modern Catch-22.”

This deal is good on March 17, 2019

Kindle

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