Books by Tony Geraghty

Released: July 14, 2010

"An engaging overview bolstered by intriguing appendices, including the August 2009 'McChrystal Report on Afghanistan.'"
A brief history of special-forces units, examining how they have altered the ways in which governments approach difficult military problems. Read full book review >
Released: May 1, 2009

"A lively and entertaining but sometimes nasty journalistic look at modern soldiers-for-hire."
Unsettling accounts of private, quasi-military organizations that played a surprisingly important role in countless post-World War II conflicts and then flourished to become front-page news after 9/11. Read full book review >
Released: May 18, 2000

An angry, obsessive analysis of the Anglo-Irish conflict that throws the Good Friday Peace Accords into doubt and condemns Irish extremists (rather than the British) for perpetuating a disorganized, politically naive terrorist war whose victims have been mostly innocent civilians. Read full book review >