I have read all of Stephen Hunter's books....good reads!
I am currently 1/3 of the way through Patrick O'Brian's series of 20 novels of the British navy during the early 1800's with Captain Jack Aubrey. They are written in the vernacular of the time, and the nautical descriptions are fascinating.
Historical novels are my favorite, and I've read everything by Jeff Shaara, from his father Michael's GETTYSBURG, right through his last book (which is the second part of a trilogy about WWII), THE STEEL WAVE, which takes you from Normandy up to the battle of the bulge.
I'm hoping that he does a WWII series that covers the war in the Pacific.
I'm also a fan of the late James Mitchner, especially his novels about America......Texas, Centennial, Chesapeake, and Alaska.
Alaska was the last one of his that I read, and for those of us outdoor types, I recommend it highly.
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