I will admit up front that I normally shy away from historical fiction like it is the plague. Gulf War Ghosts has made me rethink that position. This is historical fiction that uses a historical period as the setting but dos not try to play what if games with events. The setting is the immediate aftermath of the first Gulf war and the plot revolves around mysterious attacks on several American soldiers. With the exception of one mistake one of my biggest pet peeves about any writing having to do with military units was a non-issue. That is, he gets the format and style of unit designations correct. There is none of the typical mistake of saying A Company, 1st Division or other mistakes of that nature in the book. The one mistake I noticed is when he refers to the 2nd Squadron, 8th Cavalry. Squadron is typically the designation for battalion size Cavalry units but 2-8 Cav was and still is an Armor Battalion and is so designated as 2nd Battalion, 8th US Cavalry. That is nitpicking though and I am probably one of the few people who looks out for that kind of stuff in books anyway. Because this is a novella the plot moves fast and while by the middle you get an idea where it is going it is written so well that you keep reading to find out exactly what happens. At just shy of 70 pages printed, this only takes an hour or two to read. That is an hour or two well spent. This is an excellent story with an interesting twist and I highly recommend it.
Update: My quibble about unit designations has been corrected in an update to the novella.