Books by Michael Burns

SANCTUM SANCTORUM by Michael Burns
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: July 30, 2014

"An uneven military thriller that moves so fast that readers may not notice its plot holes."
In Burns' (Police State, 2013, etc.) latest thriller, an American archaeologist discovers the Ark of the Covenant on Jordanian soil and the Middle East explodes into war. Read full book review >
Released: July 1, 1998

The short-lines of Burns's short little poems nicely capture the Southern, country moods of his plaintive voices—not unlike the hard-drinking, love-losing moans of popular country music. Read full book review >
DREYFUS by Michael Burns
NON-FICTION
Released: Sept. 11, 1991

In 1894, at age 35, Captain Alfred Dreyfus, officer, father, and husband, enjoying success after many years of study, devotion, and discipline, was unaccountably arrested for high treason and thereby became a symbol—as victim to some and traitor to others— of the imperfections in French military justice and the precarious position of Jews in French society. Read full book review >