Books by Richard B. Frank

MACARTHUR by Richard B. Frank
Released: July 1, 2007

"Admirably punctures the mythology and goes to the wall with an irresolvably complex personality."
In-depth analysis of the enduring paradox of America's most revered five-star insubordinate—an installment of the Great Generals biographical series for which retired General Wesley K. Clark is nominal editor and provides a foreword. Read full book review >
GUADALCANAL by Richard B. Frank
Released: Dec. 18, 1990

An altogether splendid work of military history, which provides an integrated overview of the land, sea, and air battles that made the six-month struggle for Guadal-canal the turning point in US efforts to take the offensive against Japan in the far reaches of WW II's Pacific theater. Read full book review >