Bowden, Mark

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The Last Stone: A Masterpiece of Criminal Interrogation

An intriguing firsthand look at the nebulous justice meted out by necessities of time and the desire for closure, as seen through the focused lens of a seasoned journalist.

Hue 1968: A Turning Point of the American War in Vietnam

Although the gruesome details of death and dismemberment may prove difficult reading for some, this work provides a fascinating look at the challenges and horrors of urban warfare and is essential for anyone interested in the Vietnam War.

The Three Battles of Wanat: And Other True Stories

Although none of these pieces is from before 2006, a few feel dated. However, this does not detract from Bowden's eloquence and his art of drawing the reader into the stories. This collection is a delight for those who enjoy literate yet down-to-earth nonfiction. [See Prepub Alert, 7/20/15.]


Not those squishy things but something much more revolting: the Conficker computer worm first noticed in November 2008 that goes after the Microsoft Windows operating system...

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