Nothing too heavy at the moment.
I started 1634: The Galileo Affair by Eric Flint and Andrew Dennis. I'm about 1/3 of the way through with it but it has not grabbed me as much as his first two novels of the series. I may not finish it.
WWII Historical Fiction:
I picked up Jeff Shaara's The Steel Wave from Sams Club about a week ago. I have not read his first book in the series The Rising Tide . I seen it in paperback at Walmart the other night but did not buy it as I'm not sure if I like his style of writing yet. His father's Killer Angels was one of my favorites though.
Cannae 216 BC by Mark Healy from the Praeger Illustrated Military History Series. Finished this one last week after buying it at Half-Price Books along with a few other titles.
Rome's Northern Frontier AD 70-235, Nic Fields, Osprey Fortress Series. Half way through this one.
Troy c. 1700-1250 BC, Nic Fields, Osprey Fortress Series. Not started yet.
These last two I just bought today from Half-Price Books.
Rome and Her Enemies: An Empire created and Destroyed by War, Jane Penrose editor, Osprey
Hannibal: Enemy of Rome, Leonard Cottrell. Just started this one tonight.
7/19/08: I finished this one last week. I found it fascinating that Hannibal spent some 15 years in Italy and all that time he fought only 3 major battles.