Books by Jim R. Lane

BLINDSIDE by Jim R. Lane
Released: Sept. 1, 2002

"Using his background as a 20-year Navy legal-eagle, Lane adds perfectly credible soul-searching to create an honest and heartfelt courtroom drama of agenda-driven military intransigence at odds with personal integrity."
A sailor seeking solace while in the throes of a separation gets the ride of his life when his bedmate proves to be a trashy novelist who uses him as material, spurring the Navy to get on its moral high-horse: a true-grit follow-up to Lane's Duty (1999). Read full book review >
DUTY by Jim R. Lane
Released: Sept. 1, 1999

A Navy man stumbles his way on board the USS Gays in the Military and comes away with an engaging, candid story about manhood, the ambiguities of rank, and individual conscience. Read full book review >