Christopher Eric (Moon) Mullins

Christopher Eric "Moon" Mullins, a former paratrooper with over 20 years of service in the 82nd Airborne Division, Long Range Recon (F/51st), and 5th Special Forces Group Comms Support brings his passion for military history and thrilling action to life in his five published novels. Weaving his real-world experience into gripping narratives, Moon transports readers to battlefields and hidden corners of the past. He has also served as editor for his friends' books and a popular online magazine, further solidifying his dedication to storytelling. When not writing, Moon enjoys a quiet life with his wife Bhavna near Buford, Georgia.

REVIEW: The Lusitania Sinking – Eyewitness Accounts from Survivors

Book Review of The Lusitania Sinking – Eyewitness Accounts from Survivors by Anthony Richards, Pen and Sword Publishing. This book provides a detailed account of the tragedy that was the sinking of the Lusitania. A commercial civilian cruise liner sunk off the coast of southern Ireland en route to its home port Liverpool, from New …

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REVIEW: Allied Intelligence and the Cover up at Pointe Du Hoc by Gary Sterne

Book Review of Allied Intelligence and the Cover Up at Pointe Du Hoc: The History of the 2nd & 5th US Army Rangers, 1943 – 30th April 1944 by Gary Sterne (978-1526752222).  A researcher’s book that details the intelligence gathered prior to the D-Day Landings that reveal the depth of Allied Intelligence estimates that ultimately …

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REVIEW: The 51st (Highland) Division in the Great War by Colin Campbell

Book Review of The 51st (Highland) Division in the Great War – An Engine of Destruction, by Colin Campbell. The 51st Highland Division was officially formed in 1908 in a reorganization of the Territorial Army, as a collation of all the kilted Highland regiments. Over the years that followed, until its deactivation in 1967, the …

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The True Story of the Great Escape Stalag Luft III by Jonathan Vance

REVIEW: The True Story of the Great Escape Stalag Luft III by Jonathan Vance

There is an old concept that reminds us that although a particular movie was good, the book is usually significantly better. It certainly applies to the Story of The Great Escape. The film was based on the real events but with numerous compromises for its commercial appeal, such as including Americans among the escapees (none …

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REVIEW Stilwell the Patriot Vinegar Joe, the Brits, and Chiang Kai-Shek by David Rooney

REVIEW: Stilwell the Patriot: Vinegar Joe, the Brits, and Chiang Kai-Shek by David Rooney

Joe Stilwell was known as “Vinegar Joe” for his abrasive personality. A 1904 graduate of the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York, Stilwell rose to the rank of General in 1944, having served in the Philippines, with the American Expeditionary Force in Europe during World War I, and as an instructor at West …

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The Us Army's First, Last, And Only All-Black Rangers Book

REVIEW: The US Army’s First, Last, And Only All-Black Rangers:

The 2nd Ranger Infantry Company has roots and lineage with the 555th (Triple Nickel) Parachute Infantry Battalion, the 80th Airborne Anti-Aircraft (AAA) Battalion, 3/505 Parachute Infantry Regiment, and the 187th Airborne Regimental Combat Team (ARCT). The 2nd Ranger Infantry Company was the first, last, and only, all black Ranger Company in the US Army. These …

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REVIEW: Controlled Delivery by Nick Jacobellis

The Controlled Delivery series of books are an autobiographical sketch by the author who is a retired US Customs Senior Special Agent. Agent Nick Jacobellis tells his story of his rise through the ranks to a trusted position of leading his own team in a unique undercover operation utilizing Confidential Informants, former drug smugglers, ex-convicts, …

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frontline fugitives

REVIEW: The Frontline Fugitives by Nick Jacobellis

The Frontline Fugitives, Volume One and Two, by Nick Jacobellis The Frontline Fugitives series is a unique “plot driven historical fiction” set of books that tells a compelling story of the search for two 18-year-old fugitives from justice that join the US Army to avoid capture. The fugitive pair are New Jersey based gang members, …

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