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Read A Book With Wounded Warrior Project: New Books Written By Vets or Their Family

Enjoy the summer sunshine and one of these hot books written by veterans or their family. And when you buy through Amazon Smile, a portion of the cost of your purchase will even be donated to Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP).

 

The Ranger Way: Living the Code On and Off the BattlefieldKris Paronto
Author of the book turned biopic “13 Hours,” U.S. Army Ranger Kris Paronto shares experiences of intense training and victory in Benghazi. Tying these experiences into civilian life, Kris motivates and encourages readers to live a life of success and improving lives around them off the battlefield.
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Tuesday’s Promise: One Veteran, One Dog, and Their Bold Quest to Change LivesLuis Carlos Montalvan & Ellis Henican
“Tuesday’s Promise” is the heartfelt memoir of international award-winning New York Times bestselling author and heavily decorated U.S. Army veteran Luis Carlos Montalvan. Although Luis took his life in December 2016, he leaves behind a rich legacy for veterans, including his last work in honor of his beloved golden retriever, Tuesday.
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The Last PunisherKevin Lacz, with Ethan E. Rocke and Lindsey Lacz
Author and Navy SEAL Kevin Lacz gives his own riveting account of life in “The Punishers.” Known for his cameo role in the 2014 Oscar-nominated film, “American Sniper,” Lacz shares his equally compelling story that will keep readers on the edge of their seats from start to finish.
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Drone Warrior: An Elite Soldier’s Inside Account of the Hunt for America’s Most Dangerous EnemiesBrett Velicovich and Christopher S. Stewart
The mechanical and technical aspects of war require intensely complex precision. Brett’s memoir is packed with gripping tales of human and technological intelligence that can pave the way for a safer future.
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Locked-in: A Soldier and Civilian’s Struggle with Invisible WoundsCarolyn Swift Furdek
For those who have endured the struggles of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms and treatment, Carolyn’s poignant novel addresses the invisible wounds of war. Her raw account exposes the aftermath of serving as an Army captain and combat heavy engineer during several deployments. Portions of the proceeds from book sales will go toward veteran charities.
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Leaving War, Finding Love: A Veteran’s TransitionHillary Sigrist
Written by the wife of a special operations soldier, Hillary’s timely book outlines the struggles marriages endure post-military. Her message covers a range of topics including PTSD symptoms versus military separation anxiety, support, and how to cope with the new stages of a couple’s relationship.
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