The most popular book about General Gotovina in Croatia, "The Warrior" by Nenad Ivanković, is now available in English on Amazon Kindle.
It was translated by another freedom fighter, Julie Eden Bušić.
Just write "gotovina" and "warrior" in Amazon and it will pop up.
Here's the blurb for the book:
Unfolding like a gripping novel, this book tells the life of Croatian Army General Ante Gotovina. He left home at 16 to become a sailor and then at 18 he joined the famous Foreign Legion. After fighting all over Africa, he became a commando and squad leader in Guatemala and Paraguay. He rubbed shoulders with the musician Gainsbourg, the designer Gaultier and the African dictator and emperor Bokassa. He had sweethearts in Paris, Bogota...
After twenty years of military career, in mid-1991, he returned to his homeland. As a professional soldier, he could not stand and watch as his people fought a bloody war. The adventurer became a freedom fighter, engaging in many close range battles. He rose through the Croatian Army ranks to become General and fight the greatest and most memorable campaigns of the War in Croatia: Zima 94, Skok 1, Skok 2, Ljeto 95, Oluja, Maestral, Južni potez. Gotovina liberated 3,000 square miles of Croatian territory.
This true story, from the pen of the well-known Croatian journalist and essayist Nenad Ivankovic, is an unforgettable tale of adventure, love, harsh military life and the fight for freedom.