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  • Bibliography:
    21 Books
  • First Book:
    January 1987
  • Latest Book:
    January 2020
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Book List in Order: 21 titles



  • NATO and the Soviet bloc are at war. The awesome Russian invasion force smashes across the West German border, driving for a breakthrough. With M-1 tanks and a mechanized infantry division, Captain Sean Bannon's "Team Yankee" must defend their vital ...



  • In the not-too-distant future, the Soviet Union invades Iran, and the United States hastily deploys its forces to push back the Red attack—despite Iran’s unrelenting hostility toward America.The soviets unleash a massive attack on iran. A...



  • In the not-too-distant future, an assassination attempt by Libyan terrorists sparks an Egyptian retaliatory raid across the borders. As the conflict intensifies, U.S. and Soviet troops are drawn into the battle. Front-line soldiers on both sides emba...





  • Now, in his most gripping thriller yet, Coyle takes us to a new level of battlefield realism and excitement with a story that echoes the complex U.S. military mission in today's world... A corrupt and fractured government in Bogota, Colombia, requ...



  • This Civil War saga from military novelist Coyle is about two brothers from New Jersey who find themselves on opposite sides of the war....



  • Brothers James and Kevin Bannon find themselves on opposing sides in the Civil War, during which they and the women they love must confront a haunting truth about their pasts while making difficult decisions for the future. Reprint....



  • 1754. On one side stand the British, under General Edward Braddock, joined by the American colonial militias; on the other, the French, aided by their Indian allies. From the shores of Lake Champlain to Virginia's Shenandoah Valley, they are locked i...






  • It is from this Biblical saying that Harold Coyle has taken the title of his new novel, God's Children. Yet peacekeeping is not child's play. A tale of high-tech warfare set in near-future Slovakia, God's Children is the story of the 3rd Platoon, C C...



  • When an unforeseen asteroid strikes Siberia with the force of a thousand Hiroshimas, it triggers Dead Hand, the ultimate defense mechanism developed by the Soviets at the height of the Cold War. The missiles are pointing at the United States and i...



  • When one man decides to send a message to the government by bombing a federal building, the explosion is felt all across the United States. The chain reaction that follows resonates most powerfully with members of a rebel band in Idaho who call thems...



  • Courage is often enough to drive a soldier forward, to cause him to climb out of his foxhole and face enemy fire. But it takes a little more than courage to keep him going when every instinct dictates that he should do otherwise.This truth becomes se...



  • Harold Coyle takes us to the fierce fighting in the Pacific, where the Japanese and the Americans clash over a strategic airfield on the island of Guadalcanal. Their battlefield will earn the nickname Bloody Ridge from both sides.

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  • We see them everyday. They deliver our mail, teach our children, and build our homes. They are called on to defend our country in times of war and to prepare for action in times of peace. Throughout our nation's history they have been called many thi...



  • Deep in the sweltering jungles of the Philipines, Nathan Dixon and the Third Regiment of the Seventy-Fifth Ranger Battalion are fighting an elusive and deadly force. Nathan and his unit face one bloody encounter after another with a small but high...



  • The nine stories that make up Isaac Asimov's "I, Robot," written in the 1940s, not only foresaw a day when autonomous machines would assume the more mundane and dangerous chores performed by people, they also foreshadowed problems humans would encoun...



  • Technology is changing the way wars are fought. Unmanned robots are used to drop bombs, launch missiles, and are even used in ground combat . . . but if things go wrong, who's really to blame? In the ever-challenging deserts of Iraq, US army offi...



  • In 1935 many in Germany saw Hitler as the answer to their prayers. In their eyes he was a man of vision, courage, and determination, a leader ready to take them out of darkness and into the light by reclaiming Germany‚Äôs rightful place as a world po...






  • In the tradition of Seven Days in May, written by Fletcher Knebel and Charles W. Bailey at the height of the Cold War, The Eight Day is a fictional account of a Constitutional crisis that pits the President of the United States and key members of his...



  • The story of the American Revolution is the story of a people at war with themselves and each other. Caught up in what Thomas Paine called The American Crisis, American colonists made decisions that often had nothing to do with the fight for independ...


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Harold Coyle has published 21 books.

Harold Coyle does not have a new book coming out soon. The latest book, No Small Thing, was published in January 2020.

The first book by Harold Coyle, Team Yankee, was published in January 1987.

No. Harold Coyle does not write books in series.