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Critics say:

About the Author

Lynn Vincent is the #1 New York Times best-selling writer of eleven nonfiction books with more than 16 million copies in print. A veteran journalist and author of more than 1,000 articles, Lynn’s investigative pieces have been cited before Congress and the U.S. Supreme Court. She has been profiled in major media outlets, including Newsweek and The New Yorker.

Praise for Lynn's Books

Indianapolis is “Simply outstanding...a must-read...Sea battles, adventures, (a) secret mission, tragedy, disaster, an epic ordeal—sharks included—in the open ocean, courtroom drama, political intrigue, and the uphill battle by the band of survivors to exonerate the ship’s captain will all have readers unable to put this book down. . . . a tour de force of true human drama.”

 Booklist (starred review)



Heaven is for Real is
“a publishing phenomenon.”

The New York Times


Indianapolis “is an eye-popping book, with as many twists and turns as an airport thriller. . . morphs from high seas adventure to courtroom drama and congressional hearing. . . It is a work of serious naval history and a detective story, told with passion.”  

The Times (London) 

Dog Company is a clarion call to our nation’s military leaders and federal bureaucrats…the United States cannot send our warfighters to bleed and die for our country if we are not willing to support them in the life-and-death calls they make.”

Sean Hannity

Indianapolis “reminds us that good and evil cut through all of us and sometimes mingle in shocking ways.”

The Federalist


Same Kind of Different as Me “is truly a wonderful book. Denver Moore’s and Ron Hall’s story moved me to tears. The friendship that forms between these two men at a time when both were in great need is an inspiration to all of us to be more compassionate to everyone we come in contact with.”

 Former First Lady Barbara Bush





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