- GNM: SAS Ultimate Guide to Combat 'Stirling covers combat training from boot camp up to the level required to be a Special Forces solider - including a few of his own tricks - in this complete, no-nonsense war survival guide' - Military History Monthly
- CAM 242: Metz 1944 'Metz 1944 is a great read.The inspiring artwork and maps by Steve Noon compliment the text well... for all those interested in European Theatre of Operations, both the general reader and the specialist, and is strongly recommended'
– Miniature Wargames.
- GNM: Love, Tommy 'Roberts has done careful and painstaking research into letters which are often surprisingly humorous, despite adverse conditions and often very moving. Summaries link each section, so you often learn the fate of the writer. This is a fascinating account, based on actual words used at the time and is thoroughly recommended.' - Trevor Osgerby, The Historian
- CAM 240: Wabash 1791 - St Clair's defeat 'This is an excellent account of the battle of Wabash, the campaign that led up to it and the immediate historical background in the old North West' – Historyofwar.org
- GNA: Blue Moon Over Cuba 'A truly remarkable book, this is a welcome change from the more familiar Vietnam-era style books on the RF-B Crusader' – Airfix Model World.
- DUEL 36: Spad VII vs Albatros D III 'Osprey continues to go from strength-to-strength with its Duel Series in terms of quality and presentation and this latest title doesn’t disappoint. Another great work from Osprey.' – Airfix Model World.
- DIG: Allies at Dieppe: 4 Commando and the US Rangers 'This book has something for everyone interested in World War Two. From the casual military history reader to the warfare academic, all will enjoy reading the command strategy and the order of battle histories. This work is well researched and it's ten appendixes... add additional infomation and material that give the reader a helpful understanding of the battle. Overall, Allies at Dieppe, is a very worthwhile and enjoyable read, well written and presented.' - WW2Connection.com