All Frontline Books


Frontline Books is a military history imprint of Pen & Sword Books.

Publishing a very wide range of military history topics and periods, from Ancient Greece and Rome to the present day. The common factor is well-researched, well-presented quality military history.

Frontline books are regularly reviewed in national newspapers and magazines, as well as specialist journals and websites. The main markets for our books are Britain and the United States, plus Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, Europe, and many, many other countries.



If you are looking for a fighting chance of understanding any battle or campaign it is essential to view the battlefield from both sides. In this case, the battlefield is the airspace over Germany. This book is a well researched, well illustrated and therefore, comprehensive account of the air war over the Third Reich. A recommended read for those interested in the Bomber offensive in particular.

The Eagle (Journal of the Glider Pilot Regiment)

The author has put the Battle of Agincourt into perspective against other important, if less well known, battles and engagements, providing also a greater depth to his presentation of the war than other authors have. The reader will come away from this book with a new understanding of how the armies fought and why the fortunes of war fell as they did. ... The great achievement of the author is to present his careful research and compelling arguments in a manner that is both satisfying to the historian, without reducing the attraction to the layman.

Firetrench

As seen on the Celebrate Scotland website https://www.celebrate-scotland.co.uk/News-and-Features/1573/The_Battle_of_Sheriffmuir_1715__author_interview/

Celebrate Scotland

As seen in the Blackpool Gazette.

Blackpool Gazette

As seen in Sussex Local Magazine.

Sussex Local Magazine