Books by Robert Coram

BRUTE by Robert Coram
Released: Nov. 10, 2010

"A revealing—and troubling—portrait of a much-revered figure."
The story of a legendary Marine Corps commander who championed innovative tactics in World War II, Korea and Vietnam. Read full book review >
Released: May 3, 2007

"The record speaks for itself; alienation and politicization lurk between the lines."
A modern warrior's achievements and heroics culminate in opposition to a U.S. government viewed as breaking trust with military veterans. Read full book review >
BOYD by Robert Coram
Released: Nov. 21, 2002

"Required reading for frustrated innovators, aviation buffs, and Horatio Algers intent on improving the world against the best efforts of ever-prevailing deal-busters and naysayers."
Profanity-laden, action-filled biography of legendary Air Force pilot, instructor, and aircraft design theorist John Richard "Forty-Second" Boyd. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 1, 1994

A children's rights activist's devastating account of the violence and destitution in her own life, which eventually led her to work with bui doi, the street children of Ho Chi Minh City. Noble, with the help of journalist Coram (Caribbean Time Bomb, 1993), describes a childhood in Ireland tormented by her father's alcoholism and neglect, her mother's death, sexual abuse from a relative, and experiences as a street child and in Ireland's harshest girls' reformatory. Read full book review >

Released: Aug. 1, 1993

"A perceptive portrait of an island society and its leaders, marred only slightly by obvious generalities about the problems facing tourist-based Caribbean economies."
A hard-hitting report on the ruling family of the former British colony of Antigua. Read full book review >