Whitney Terrell was an embedded reporter in Iraq during 2006 and 2010 and covered the war for the Washington Post, Slate, and NPR. His nonfiction has also appeared in the New York Times, Harper's Magazine, the New York Observer, and other publications. He teaches creative writing at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and lives nearby with his family. He is the author of two previous novels.
Inspired by Whitney Terrell's The Good Lieutenant, we’ve put together a collection of what we believe to be the greatest war novels ever written.
From gripping debuts to essential non-fiction, there’s sure to be something here to kick start your 2017 ‘to read’ pile.