- Technothrillers and Fiction Books about Air Combat.

A Techno-hriller is an action based novel which uses military hardware in a detailed or semi - realistic way. Spy, war and action thrillers have always been popular but the late 1980's saw the emergence of books with a lot more technical detail supporting the narrative than had been the case.

Read MiGMan's pick of the best in Air Combat Fiction and Technothrillers

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Comics and Graphic Novels




David Baldacci
Last Man Standing Mark Berent
Eagle Station
Phantom Leader
Rolling Thunder
Steel Tiger
Larry Bond
Red Phoenix
Cauldron
Vortex
The Enemy Within
Day of Wrath
Dale Brown
Flight of the Old Dog
Skymasters
Hammerheads
Storming Heaven
Night of the Hawk
Dale Brown's Dreamland
Day of the Cheetah
Fatal Terrain
Battle Born
Warrior Class
Shadows of Steel
Chains of Command
Silver Tower
Tom Clancy
Red Storm Rising
The Hunt for Red October
Patriot Games
Without Remorse
The Sum of All Fears
Debt of Honour
Clear and Present Danger
The Bear and the Dragon
Executive Orders
Rainbow Six
Net Force : Cybernation
The Cardinal of the Kremlin

Series:
Op-Center
Net Force
Net Center : One Is the Loneliest Number
Stephen Coonts
Flight of the Intruder
Final Flight
Cannibal Queen
The Red Horseman
The Intruders
Fortunes of War
Buck Danny

Harold Coyle
Team Yankee
Bright Star
Sword Point
Frederick Forsyth
The Fist of God
Richard Herman
Firebreak
Force of Eagles
Warbirds
James Huston
Balance of Power
Flashpoint
The Price of Power
Fallout
Scott Malensek
Black Rain for Christmas
David Poyer
The Circle
The Passage
The Med
China Sea
The Return of Philo T. McGiffin
Fire on the Waters
Thunder on the Mountain
Tomahawk
Down to a Sunless Sea
Deep-sea diver "Tiller"' Galloway's adventures
Bahamas Blue
Louisiana Blue
Barrett TIllman
The Sixth Battle
Dauntless and Hellcats
Barrett Tillman Non Fiction
Joe Weber Primary Target
Defcon One
Rules of Engagement
Targets of Opportunity
Honourable Enemies
Shadow Flight


J. D. Wetterling - F-100 pilot and Air Combat author. J. D. Wetterling's airbase in Vietnam, 1968-69.  It's interesting from a flight simmer's point of view - the terrain is dead flat and the coastline is straight. If we saw this in a sim we'd complain about the lack of realism!

J. D. Wetterling Son of Thunder
Son of Thunder cover art
His airbase in Vietnam
Jack Vance - The Grand Master of Speculative Fiction!

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