Books by Albert A. Nofi

Released: Jan. 22, 1999

"A decent enough look at many pertinent aspects of the Vietnam War that can't live up to its hyperbolic title."
Precious few secrets are revealed in this densely scattershot look at multiple aspects of the Vietnam War. Read full book review >
Released: June 1, 1995

"A worthy addition to WW II history."
A successful one-volume encapsulation of a vast number of the elements of a tremendous war waged on land, on sea, and in the air. Read full book review >
Released: April 1, 1995

"Savvy, often sardonic briefings on the consequential role of subterfuge in an enterprise in which, as the old saw has it, truth is the first casualty. (maps, charts, tables)"
A whole-earth catalogue of martial cunning that suggests Victorian novelist Francis E. Smedley was at least half right when he decreed that ``all's fair in love and war.'' In a breezy survey more notable for breadth than depth, Dunnigan and Nofi (Shooting Blanks, 1991) offer a series of short, self-contained takes that show why guile ranks among the most effective weapons in any arsenal. Read full book review >
Released: July 26, 1991

"A savvy rundown for armchair generals and concerned citizens on the war games played by sovereign states in pursuit of global or regional advantage."
Near-antic perspectives on errant belligerencies and their causes and consequences. Read full book review >