Books by Mark Berent

STORM FLIGHT by Mark Berent
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 14, 1993

"Not the place to start this worthy series."
American pilots languish in a secret Vietnamese prison as President Nixon and Henry Kissinger negotiate the end of US involvement in the war—in the fifth and concluding volume of Berent's highly detailed Air Force saga (Eagle Station, 1992, etc.). Read full book review >
EAGLE STATION by Mark Berent
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 8, 1992

"Open your eyes for the flight and fight scenes, close them for the sex and politics."
Berent's US Air Force saga (Rolling Thunder, Steel Tiger, Phantom Leader) continues, taking his pilots and commandos into Laos and a late-1968 battle to protect a radar outpost. Read full book review >
PHANTOM LEADER by Mark Berent
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 9, 1991

"The high quality of Berent's reporting—as well as the professional insights that distinguished the earlier volumes— continues to make this one of the best Vietnam War fictional histories."
Berent continues his highly detailed Vietnam War saga (Rolling Thunder, Steel Tiger), taking his Air Force flyers into 1968 and the Tet offensive. Read full book review >
ROLLING THUNDER by Mark Berent
Released: May 22, 1989

Constrained by the peculiar restrictions of Lyndon Johnson's and Robert McNamara's rules of engagement, U.S. Air Force fighter pilots try to wage successful war in Vietnam in the middle of the 1960's—in this first novel from a combat veteran. Read full book review >