(Starred Review) "An absorbing and finely crafted portrayal of complex characters...In the tradition of James Jones, Norman Mailer and Nelson DeMille."
"--Library Journal"""The Officers' Club" is a perfect invocation of America and the post-Vietnam Army trying to repair its heart and soul in the aftermath of a long, disastrous war. For those of us who were there, as well as for those who were not, this is a must read; a remembrance of things we'd rather forget, and a reminder that history is prologue to the future. Peters writes with wit and style, his dialogue is as crisp and fresh as a newly-pressed uniform. An outstanding novel of mystery, seduction, sex, betrayal, and murder."
--Nelson DeMille, "New York Times" bestselling author of "The Lion""Ralph Peters knows the people and culture of the modern military as well as any living writer; truthfully, no one writes them better. Peters is the gold standard which the rest of us are measured against."
--Stephen Coonts, "New York Times" bestselling author of "The Assassin" "With "The Officers' Club, " Ralph Peters elegantly proves that America's military forces are staffed with flesh and blood human beings, people for all their trials and tribulations who are dedicated not only to their country, but to each other. Brothers and sisters, in arms, all facing the same enemy which is sometimes themselves. Peters has written a real story about real people, and he's nailed it solid. I couldn't put it down. Hats off!"--David Hagberg, "New York Times" bestselling author of "The Expediter"show more