Books by Leonard B. Scott

FORGED IN HONOR by Leonard B. Scott
Released: June 1, 1995

"An improbable adventure with above-average entertainment values—thanks to savvy background on an exotic locale, nonstop violence yielding an unusually high body count, and human-scale characters."
Action veteran Scott (The Iron Men, 1993, etc.) makes effective use of Burma as the key setting for an unlikely but lively narcothriller. Read full book review >
THE IRON MEN by Leonard B. Scott
Released: April 1, 1993

"Plucky old soldiers fight a good fight—in an improbable but rousing adventure."
A washed-up American officer joins a gang of grizzled German WW II veterans seeking vengeance against the SS captain who murdered their comrades and then rose to the top of the East German secret police. Read full book review >
THE EXPENDABLES by Leonard B. Scott
Released: July 1, 1991

"But finding out which members of Our Gang survive for the truly maudlin conclusion is about the only motivation that will keep some readers going to the end."
Scott's fourth Vietnam novel (The Hill, 1989, etc.) is reminiscent of an old John Wayne movie, with Barry Sadler's ``Ballad of the Green Berets'' for background. Read full book review >

An especially violent blood-and-guts Vietnam adventure—strong on combat, extremely weak on plot and characterization—from the author of Charlie Mike (1987) and The Last Run (1985). Read full book review >