BOOKS BY JEFF SHAARA AND MICHAEL SHAARA
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The Frozen Hours by Jeff Shaara, 2017. A Novel of the Korean War. Few stories in American military history combine the heroics on the battlefield with the astounding challenges of a historically brutal winter, that embraces both sides in temperatures well below zero. How these men rose to that occasion, how they fought their enemies as well as the weather, is the backdrop for this story. Read more
PUBLICATION DATE MAY 23, 2017
The Fateful Lightning by Jeff Shaara, 2015. This completes Jeff Shaara's four-volume Civil War series of the far lesser known campaigns in the "western" theater of the Civil War. Read more
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The Smoke At Dawn by Jeff Shaara, 2014. The third volume in the Civil War series. The last great push of the Army of the Cumberland sets the stage for a decisive confrontation at Chattanooga that could determine the outcome of the war. Read more
A Chain of Thunder by Jeff Shaara, 2013. The second volume in the Civil War series. This story covers Ulysses Grant's campaign against Confederate General John Pemberton, leading to the South's crushing loss of the citadel of Vicksburg. Read more
A Blaze of Glory by Jeff Shaara, 2012. The first volume in the Civil War series, set more in the "Western" theater of the Civil War. This first volume covers the Battle of Shiloh. (The title comes from a marvelous quote from General (later President) James Garfield, who was present at the battle). Read more
The Final Storm by Jeff Shaara, 2011. The fourth and final volume of the World War II series, the end of the war in the Pacific. Read more
No Less Than Victory by Jeff Shaara, 2009. The third of the trilogy from the Battle of the Bulge to the fall of Hitler, featuring Eisenhower, Patton, Albert Speer, American GI Eddie Benson, among many others. Read more
The Steel Wave by Jeff Shaara, 2008. The second volume in the trilogy that follows key characters through the Second World War in Europe. Familiar characters return from The Rising Tide, including Eisenhower, Rommel, Patton, and paratroop Sergeant Jesse Adams. Read more
The Rising Tide by Jeff Shaara, 2006. The first volume in the trilogy that tells the dramatic story of the war in Europe, from four very different perspectives. This book deals with America;s earliest involvement in the European theater, including the brutal fight for North Africa and the Allied invasion of Sicily. Read more
Jeff Shaara's Civil War Battlefields by Jeff Shaara, 2006. A journey through the ten most poignant Civil War sites, the history, the ground, and why every American should visit. Read more
To The Last Man by Jeff Shaara, 2004. A novel of the First World War, including the voices of John "Black Jack" Pershing, the "Red Baron," the Lafayette Escadrille, and the young Marines who save Paris. Winner of the 2005 American Library Association's "Boyd" Award for Excellence. Read more
The Glorious Cause by Jeff Shaara, 2002. The amazing saga of how thirteen colonies became a nation. George Washington, Nathaneal Greene, Ben Franklin, and British General Charles Cornwallis provide the points of view, which also include Nathan Hale, Benedict Arnold, and many more. Read more
Rise to Rebellion by Jeff Shaara, 2001. The dramatic saga of the Founding Fathers and the birth of our nation. Told through the eyes of John and Abigail Adams, Ben Franklin, George Washington, and British General Thomas Gage, among others. Read more
Gone for Soldiers by Jeff Shaara, 2000. Robert E. Lee and Winfield Scott in the Mexican War struggling against the extraordinary tactics (and ego) of Mexican dictator Santa Anna, with a young cast of characters (Grant, Longstreet, Jackson) not yet famous for their future roles in the Civil War. Read more
The Last Full Measure by Jeff Shaara, 1998. The moving sequel to The Killer Angels. Lee and Chamberlain continue the story, alongside the new voice of Ulysses Grant. Read more
Gods and Generals by Jeff Shaara, 1996. The heartbreaking saga of the years preceding The Killer Angels. The story is told from the eyes of Robert E. Lee, Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson, who wage war across from Union General Winfield Hancock, and a young college professor turned officer, Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain. Winner of the 1996 American Library Association William Young Boyd Award. Read more
Basis for the motion picture "Gods and Generals".
The Killer Angels by Michael Shaara, 1974. The classic novel of the Civil War. Read more
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and #1 Bestseller.
Basis for the motion picture "Gettysburg".
For Love of the Game by Michael Shaara, 1991. A story about a great athlete's momentous last game, published only after Michael Shaara's death. Read more
Basis for the 1999 major motion picture "For Love of the Game" staring Kevin Costner.
Biography on the Author of The Killer Angels, as broadcast on the History Channel in August 2006. GreystoneHistory.com presents this 60-minute documentary that details the poignant life of author Michael Shaara, featuring interviews with family and notable friends. The video is narrated by distinguished actor Kevin Conway from the motion picture "Gettysburg." This is only available on VHS tape. Signed "For My Father's Legacy" by Jeff Shaara.