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John G. Hemry Books In Order

Publication Order of Ethan Stark Books

Stark's War (2000) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Stark's Command (2001) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Stark's Crusade (2002) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Paul Sinclair Books

A Just Determination (2003) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Burden of Proof (2004) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Rule of Evidence (2005) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Against All Enemies (2005) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Lost Fleet Books

Dauntless (2006) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Fearless (2007) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Courageous (2007) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Valiant (2008) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Relentless (2009) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Victorious (2010) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Lost Fleet: Beyond The Frontier Books

Dreadnaught (2011) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Invincible (2012) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Guardian (2013) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Steadfast (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Lost Stars Books

Tarnished Knight (2012) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Perilous Shield (2013) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Imperfect Sword (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle


John G. Hemry is one of the famous American authors who is well known for writing many successful novels based on the military science fiction genre. He has written the Stark’s War series based on his experiences as a retired Navy officer in the United States Navy. Author Hemry has also written the highly successful novel series titled as the Paul Sinclair series based on the science fiction genre. He has also written the Lost Fleet series consisting of a total of 6 volumes under the pen name of Jack Campbell. Other than his successful novel series, author Hemry has also written more than a dozen short stories, many of which have been published in the Analog magazine, as well as a few other nonfiction novels. Author Hemry is continuing with the spin-off of the Lost Fleet series, which features the same characters from the original series. Before going to become a full time writer, author Hemry used to serve in the United States Navy as a Navy Officer.

When he was very young, his father used to serve as a mustang in the United States Navy. Therefore, author Hemry had to grow up by living in a number of places such as Pensacola, San Diego, Florida, California, and Midway Island. He has particularly spent the most memorable few years of his life on the Midway Island. In the year 1974, author Hemry completed his high school studies from the Lyons High School located in Lyons. After that, he joined the United States Naval Academy in the year 1978. The roommates in the class of ’78 used to call him the ‘un-midshipman’. Post his retirement from the naval service, author Hemry decided to pen down his experiences in the form of stories. Eventually, his realistic stories got published by one of the leading publishing companies, due to which he went on to become a noteworthy author of the science fiction and military science fiction genres. As of today, author Hemry lives in Maryland along with his wife and 3 children. Two of his eldest children have been diagnosed with autism as they suffer from NIDS or Neuro Immune Dysfunction Syndrome. This illness is caused by an ailment of autoimmunity in the health of his children. However, they are now under treatment and are showing signs of progress. Being one of the noteworthy writers has allowed author John G. Hemry to become an active member of the group of writers called as the SFWA Musketeers.

One of the most successful novel series written by author John G. Hemry is the JAG in Space, which consists of a total of 4 novels published between the years 2003 and 2005. The first novel of the series was published under the title ‘A Just Determination’. It was released by the Ace publishing house in the year 2003. The plot of this novel revolves around the happenings in the lives of the main characters named Paul Sinclair and Captain Peter Wakeman. In the opening sequence of the plot of the novel, Ensign Paul Sinclair is described as coming out fresh from the naval academy. He gets assigned to go on the warship named USS Michaelson. As a part of the naval team aboard the warship, Paul Sinclair is required to carry out the mission of stopping the foreign vessels from entering into the sovereign space of the United States water boundaries. During one of the voyages of the USS Michaelson, Captain Peter Wakeman mistakes a civilian science ship as a violating foreign vessel and destroys it. The civilian vessel was considered to be quite hostile and therefore Captain Peter Wakeman faces a court martial trial. Paul Sinclair is asked to testify against him. But, he seems to be of the opinion that the charges against the captain were very severe and unjust. Therefore, Paul Sinclair decides to join the defense team of Captain Peter Wakeman and fight for his release from the severe charges at the court martial hearing.

The second novel of the JAG in Space series written by author John G. Hemry was released under the title ‘Burden of Proof’. It was published by the Ace publishing house in the year 2003. The plot of this novel is novel is also set round the naval activities of the United States Navy and revolves around the happenings in the lives of the primary characters named Paul Sinclair, Jen Shen, and Captain Shen. Just like in the first novel of the series, author Hemry has described an outstanding realism, suspense, and a first grade military science fiction setup in this novel too. In the opening sequence of the plot of this novel, author Hemry has described Paul Sinclair as a Lieutenant of the Junior Grade in the United States Navy. Getting appointed in a such a position so early in his naval career makes Paul nervous and he faces a difficult time in adjusting to the new post on the USS Michaelson warship. He also seems to be juggling between his responsibilities as a Legal Officer and his intense relationship with his girlfriend named Jen Shen. Soon, an explosion takes place which causes the destruction of most of most of the Forward Engineering.

Paul Sinclair leads the rescue team for extinguishing the fire and taking out the casualties. In the end, he practically becomes a hero. But, when Jen’s father named Captain Shen is appointed to carry out the investigation, he seems trying to display him as a villain and responsible for the explosion. Later, Paul Sinclair comes across an important evidence which gives signs of a deadly cover up and also involves a rising star among the ranks of the officers. The evidence found by Paul Sinclair proves to be circumstantial and brings a powerful vice admiral’s son into the suspicion. Paul Sinclair seems to be very much determined to serve the justice and make the culprits stand in the court of law. However, he will be able to do so only if he agrees to risk his career, his name, as well as his future in the United States Navy. This novel went on to become highly successful just like the previous novel of the series. The success helped author Hemry to focus on the development of the plots of the next novels of the series as well as the other novel series. Many critics, readers, and fellow writers appreciated author Hemry for his dedicated efforts in writing down the novels of this series in his own unique style. Due to this, he was motivated and encouraged a lot to become one of the prominent and well established writers.

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