Penguin Imprints Developing Nonfiction Military Line

March 2004
Book Publishing Report;3/29/2004, Vol. 29 Issue 11, p6
Trade Publication
New York-based Penguin imprints and Berkley Inc. and New American Library are joining forces to develop Caliber, a new line of nonfiction military titles. The first Caliber list will include "None Braver," by Michael Hirsh, "Rising Tide," by Gary Weir and Walter Boyne, and "Echoes of Eagles," by Charles Woolley and Bill Crawford. The titles will address the U.S. military actions past and present, with books about special forces in Iraq, secrets of the Cold War, and stories about World War II and the Korean War.


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