Tag Archives: Mark Bowden

Hue 1968

From “a master of narrative journalism” (New York Times Book Review), a riveting history of the biggest and bloodiest battle of the Vietnam War.

Road Work

“[Bowden] excels at sharply drawn, painstakingly reported stories about losers, oddballs and con men. . . . Fashioning prose that reads like good fiction,…

Worm

The fascinating story of the Conficker computer worm and the cyber security elites who have joined forces in a high-tech game of cops and…

The Three Battles of Wanat

From one of the nation’s top journalists, a fascinating and thought-provoking collection of war reportage and other pieces for the Atlantic, Vanity Fair, and…

Killing Pablo

“The story of how U.S. Army Intelligence and Delta Force commandos helped Colombian police track down and kill Pablo Escobar. . . . A…

The Finish

In his most important and commercial book since Black Hawk Down, Mark Bowden chronicles the killing of the most hated figure of the twenty-first…

Finders Keepers

“A very good [book] . . . a miniature serio-comedy about life in the city.” –Jonathan Yardly, Washington Post