With nearly 300 books under his belt, Charles Whiting was one of the most prolific writers of his time. His stories spun tales of visceral wartime violence from the point of view of veteran foot soldiers. Riding on the success of the 1970s paperback industry, Whiting sold over 3 million copies in the UK alone. Read about his life accomplishments in the About Charles section, browse through his published works under Authors, and read more about the series that made him famous in Spotlight.
The 101st Airborne Division had been nicknamed “the battered bastards of Bastogne” after the German breakthrough into the Ardennes. Now, on Christmas Eve 1944, “Iron Mike” MacDonald and his men are ordered out on a desperate mission to save what’s left of their crippled division.Read More
Leo Kessler's infamous Dogs of War follows the fictional adventures of SS Wotan. Set during World War II, a band of soldiers is thrust into the most perilous fighting to defend an ever more desperate Germany from the might of the Allied War Machine.
Hailed as "Flashman for the Second World War", the Adventures of Otto Stahl see our likeable but laughable hero decorated by Hitler, stripped by Himmler, and relentlessly pursued by SS headhunters from bedroom to battlefield and back.