It’s Gonna be a Bright, Bright Sunshiny Day

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I hadn’t sung, or even thought about, Johnny Nash’s hit song “I Can See Clearly Now” in about forty years. But I did this morning. That’s when I woke up, turned on my computer, and saw that the Military Writers Society of America had placed my novel, The Oath, second on the list for their Recommended Reading List.

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MWSA Recommended Reading List — Summer 2017

From a compilation of book reviews, we’ve selected the following as our 2017 Summer Recommended Reading List:

My Soldier Dad by Ross H. Mackenzie
The Oath by Dennis Koller (Purchase on Amazon or have it Autographed here)
The Nostradamus Secret by Joseph Badal

The Lone Wolf Agenda by Joseph Badal
Lincoln’s Bodyguard by T.J. Turner
I Promise Do or Die by Linda Swink
Passages: A Corrales Writing Group Anthology by Jim Tritten
Free Fire Zone by Dennis Maulsby
A Long Way Back by J. Everett Prewitt
That Deadly Space by Gerald Gillis
The Devil Dogs of Belleau Wood by Terrence McCauley
The Killing Practice by Linda Swink
The Last Road Home by Danny Johnson
The Parting: A Story of West Point on the Eve of the Civil War by Richard Adams
The Third Reich’s Last Eagle by Bob Mustin
A Shau Valor by Thomas Yarborough
Clear to Lift by Anne A. Wilson
The Albatross by Gerry Hawes
Snowden’s Story, One Man’s Indebtedness to the Corps by Lawrence F Snowden
Soldier for Life by Jack Tilley
The Honor Was Mine by Elizabeth Heaney
The View from the Rigging by Richard Marcott

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5 thoughts on “It’s Gonna be a Bright, Bright Sunshiny Day

  1. Elton and Sandy Williams

    Congratulations Dennis! It’s an excellent read — they should have placed it first on the list!

    Sandy W.

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