War Stories— Another highlight of the collection is “Voices,” the final short story in the book. While the story deals with very concrete details of the narrator’s thirty- six years in the navy, this abstract exploration of “voice” captures the essence and ingenuity of War Stories in a lyrical, almost poetic way. 

—Clarion

The Junior Officer Bunkroom— Zerr’s novel is a dramatic mix of authentic aerial combat sequences combined with a taut story about the costs of war. Readers who enjoy the novels of Stephen Coonts and Dale Brown or even the tense drama in Aaron Sorkin’s A Few Good Men will find similarly exhilarating pleasures here. 

—BlueInk Review

COMING SOON

GUERILLA BRIDE

It is 1860, and Emerson Sharp has grown from a boy into a handsome man. Ever since he can remember, his father has governed every aspect of his life. When his father proclaims he will wed a neighbor's plain daughter, Emerson rebels, has a fling with a local girl, and flees his Indiana farm to escape her angry brothers. When the brothers finally catch him, Emerson barely survives the deadly encounter.

PUBLISHED TITLES

NOBLE DEEDS

THE ENSIGN LOCKER

THE HAPPY LIFE OF PRESTON KATT

WAR STORIES

SUNDOWN TOWN DUTY STATION

THE JUNIOR OFFICER BUNKROOM

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