WWII submarine Sailfish stalks a Japanese carrier carrying prisoners of war from her sister submarine Sculpin. AVAILABLE NOW (December 5, 2023.)
is a sixth generation Texan who graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University, where he studied advertising, marketing, and journalism. He is the author of two dozen books that primarily cover military non-fiction and Texas history. He and his wife Cindy live in North Texas, where Steve works as the marketing director for a Dallas-area electronics manufacturer.
"Moore brings you to the battlefield and into the mind of a fearless military genius," says Fox journalist Brian Kilmeade.
is to bring the story to life by using first-hand accounts. In my interviews with the veterans of these historic events, I want the reader to understand what these individuals thought, feared, and experienced. Men like World War II submarine veteran Bill Dillon (seen above with me) help insure that their stories will not be forgotten. They are part of America's "Greatest Generation."
Here is a link to a short excerpt published about Strike of the Sailfish in Military History Now: