Trinity & Redemption Books In Publication Order
- Trinity (1976)
- Redemption (1995)
Standalone Novels In Publication Order
- Battle Cry (1953)
- The Angry Hills (1955)
- Exodus (1958)
- Exodus Revisited (1960)
- Mila 18 (1961)
- Armageddon (1964)
- Topaz (1967)
- QB VII (1970)
- The Haj (1984)
- Mitla Pass (1988)
- A God in Ruins (1999)
- O’Hara’s Choice (2003)
Non-Fiction Books In Publication Order
- Ireland, A Terrible Beauty (1975)
- Jerusalem: A Song of Songs (1981)
- Ireland Revisited (1982)
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Leon Uris Books Overview
From the acclaimed author who enthralled the world with Exodus, Battle Cry, QB VII, Topaz, and other beloved classics of twentieth century fiction comes a sweeping and powerful epic adventure that captures the ‘terrible beauty’ of Ireland during its long and bloody struggle for freedom. It is the electrifying story of an idealistic young Catholic rebel and the valiant and beautiful Protestant girl who defied her heritage to join his cause. It is a tale of love and danger, of triumph at an unthinkable cost a magnificent portrait of a people divided by class, faith, and prejudice an unforgettable saga of the fires that devastated a majestic land…
and the unquenchable flames that burn in the human heart.
Master storyteller Leon Uris, internationally acclaimed author of such bestsellers as Exodus, Topaz, QB VII,Trinity, the Haj and Mitla Pass,continues the epic story of the Irish struggle for freedom in Redemption. A dramatic saga set against the backdrop of growing unrest in Ireland and a world on the brink of the First World War, Redemption weaves together a cast of unforgettable characters that form the heart and soul of three extraordinary Irish families. They love freedom more than life,and they will fight to the death to win it. From the magnificence of New Zealand’s green mountains, to the bloody beaches and cliffs of Gallipoli, to the streets of Dublin and the shipyards of Belfast, Redemption follows three Irish Patriots on their odysseys of freedom and passionin a monumental tale of the men and women who loved, fought, and died for the chance to be free.
Battle Cry is the riveting Marine epic by the bestselling author of such classics as Trinity and Exodus. Originally published in 1953, Leon Uris’s Battle Cry is the raw and exciting story of men at war from a legendary American author. This is the story of enlisted men Marines at the beginning of World War II. They are a rough and ready tangle of guys from America’s cities and farms and reservations. Led by a tough veteran sergeant, these soldiers band together to emerge as part of one of the most elite fighting forces in the world. With staggering realism and detail, we follow them into intense battles Guadalcanal and Tarawa and through exceptional moments of camaraderie and bravery. Battle Cry does not extol the glories of war, but proves itself to be one of the greatest war stories of all time.
A writer moves to Greece just as the Na*zis invade, and he soon becomes a pawn in a dangerous game of espionage After the death of his wife, Mike Morrison arrives in Greece simply to receive an inheritance and come to grips with his grief. But it’s a bad time to nurse his sorrow it s the beginning of World War II, and the German army storms the country before Morrison can leave. He s soon caught in a complicated cat and mouse game with Gestapo officers, British spies, and the Greek resistance movement. At the mercy of strangers, Morrison has to learn who to trust and who to love. Leon Uris s fast paced second novel draws from the diaries of an uncle who served in Greece during World War II. It was made into a film in 1959 starring Robert Mitchum. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Leon Uris including rare photos from the author s estate.
Exodus is an international publishing phenomenon the towering novel of the twentieth century’s most dramatic geopolitical event. Leon Uris magnificently portrays the birth of a new nation in the midst of enemies the beginning of an earthshaking struggle for power. Here is the tale that swept the world with its fury: the story of an American nurse, an Israeli freedom fighter caught up in a glorious, heartbreaking, triumphant era. Here is Exodus one of the great best selling novels of all time. From the Paperback edition.
It was a time of crisis, a time of tragedy and a time of transcendent courage and determination. Leon Uris’s blazing novel is set in the midst of the ghetto uprising that defied Na*zi tyranny, as the Jews of Warsaw boldly met Wehrmacht tanks with homemade weapons and bare fists. Here, painted on a canvas as broad as its subject matter, is the compelling of one of the most heroic struggles of modern times. From the Paperback edition.
1964 Doubleday hardback w/o d.j. nicely cut pages…
One of the NATO allies is a prime target of Soviet efforts to break the NATO shield. The Russians have infiltrated their Intelligence Services to such an extent that our ally’s leaders, in their innermost councils, are being fed dangerous misinformation by Soviet agents.
In Queen’s Bench Courtroom Number Seven, famous author Abraham Cady stands trial. In his book The Holocaust born of the terrible revelation that the Jadwiga Concentration camp was the site of his family’s extermination Cady shook the consciousness of the human race. He also named eminent surgeon Sir Adam Kelno as one of Jadwiga’s most sad*istic inmate/doctors. Kelno has denied this and brought furious charges. Now unfolds Leon Uris’ riveting courtroom drama one of the great fictional trials of the century.
Leon Uris retums to the land of his acclaimed best seller Exodus for an epic story of hate and love, vengeance and forgiveness and forgiveness. The Middle East is the powerful setting for this sweeping tale of a land where revenge is sacred and hatred noble. Where an Arab ruler tries to save his people from destruction but cannot save them from themselves. When violence spreads like a plague across the lands of Palestine this is the time of The Haj.
A writer travels to Israel to research a novel, but he ends up drawn into the Suez Crisis How did Gideon Zadok, an American novelist and screenwriter, end up pinned by artillery shells in Mitla Pass? It was never his plan to fight someone else’s war. He came to Israel to research a book, but also to escape a crumbling marriage, a dysfunctional family, and the pressures of newfound success in the States. But in fleeing from personal troubles he charged headfirst into one of the great global crises of the twentieth century. Perhaps Leon Uris s most introspective work, Mitla Pass portrays a man caught between his own demons and the epic sweep of Middle Eastern history. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Leon Uris including rare photos from the author s estate.
Master storyteller and international bestselling author of Redemption, Trinity, and Exodus, Leon Uris once again brilliantly interweaves historical fact with gripping fiction in this powerful novel of politics, family, intrigue, love, and the passions that rule human lives. Spanning the decades from World War II to the 2008 presidential campaign, A God in Ruins is the unforgettable story of Quinn Patrick O’Connell, an honest, principled, and courageous man on the brink of becoming the second Irish Catholic President of the United States. In an era morally unmoored, rife with armed separatists and fundamentalist zealotry, Quinn, the last great liberal of the Rocky Mountains, emerges as America’s hope to reclaim its great past and its promises of the future. But Quinn is a man with an explosive secret that can shatter his political ambitions and threaten his life a secret buried for over a half century that even he does not know…
. Returning home at the end of World War II a decorated and wounded hero, Daniel Timothy O’Connell had moved his young wife, Siobhan, from the crowded streets of Brooklyn to the golden mountains of Colorado. Building a successful life as cattle ranchers, Daniel and Siobhan had everything they wanted except a child. Desperate, they turned to the Church and adopted a beautiful three year old of mysterious parentage, a charming little boy they named Quinn Patrick. In riveting prose, Leon Uris unfolds Quinn’s life as he matures from a restless youth into a brave Marine undertaking a deadly undercover mission, and finally, into an earnest, intelligent, and thoughtful leader willing take on the most vicious and malevolently destructive forces threatening the country. Here, too, are the two beautiful women who have always loved him Greer, the lover driven by ambition and passion, and Rita, the sensuous, adoring daughter of his friend and mentor, painter and philosopher Reynaldo Maldonado. Through the years Quinn has made some powerful enemies who are determined to destroy him, including presidential incumbent Thornton Tomtree. A conservative computer mogul who built an electronic empire out of his father’s Rhode Island junkyard, Tomtree is a right wing pragmatist who will court the most dangerous and deadly elements of society and risk America’s safety to achieve his own ambitions. From America’s victorious past to its shadowed future, from the grandeur of Colorado’s mountains to the enclaves of private militias hidden deep in the canyons of the Southwest’s Four Corners, A God in Ruins races to a powerful, unforgettable conclusion. A sweeping novel of a man, a life, and a nation, it vividly brings to life memorable characters that will indelibly touch the heart and mind and illuminates the major crisis facing America at the dawn of a new millennium.
Fifty years after his first novel, Battle Cry, took the world by storm, Leon Uris returns to the topic that first inspired him to write books that captivate, educate, and thrill the Marine Corps. In the years following the Civil War, first generation Irish American Zachary O’Hara, son of a legendary Marine and a force of a man in his own right, finds himself playing a critical role in the very future of the Marines. If he can persuade the Secretary of the Navy that the Marines are more crucial than ever to America’s safety and security all the while hefting a heavier secret weight in his heart he’ll save the corps and make his career. But there’s an obstacle in his path that this warrior had not planned on. Amanda Blanton Kerr, the daughter of a ruthless industrialist, is a woman on a mission of her own; passionate, obstinate, and whip smart, she’s an heiress poised to blaze a trail for her sex.O’Hara’s Choice is the story of the inevitable collision of these two handsome, fighting spirits. Getting their souls’ desire could jeopardize everything they and their parents before them scraped and struggled to achieve. Duty to country, love of family, and a tormented passion intertwine in this latest epic by Leon Uris, international bestselling author of such classics as Exodus, Trinity, and Battle Cry. A riveting, sweeping tale in inimitable Uris style, O’Hara’s Choice is this master of the historical novel at his most brilliant.