Free war Kindle books for 20 Dec 18

The Martyr’s Breath: A Rooster Byrd Novel (Rooster Byrd Series Book 1)

by Logan James

An elite team of American soldiers embark on a mission to stop a terrorist group from destroying the American way of life. Rooster and his team are sent to stop the group from killing innocent people and protect the American way of life. Their journey takes them through struggles and pitfalls as they push forward toward stopping the radical terrorists. The question is can they stop them in time? If they do not succeed, America and the world will pay for their misques. Will they stop them in time or will WWIII be next?



Wiseguys Don’t Cast Shadows (Short Version)

by Max Stravagar

DWS “The next generation of crime novels 2018” – New York Post

Recipient of a Hampton Book Award for discovery 2018

Thoughts from the Author: This book will alter your views on the criminal minded indivisual, which one does not see in a typical crime novel/story and gain insight into the life of a wiseguy and his community. The e-book narrative and summery of the story line is a teaching moment, and can apply to your personal life, or career, and easy to read and understand.

Effectively this ebook will change your life.

The New Crime Author Max Stravagar presents Wiseguys Don’t Cast Shadows: In the spirit of Goodfellas director Martin Scorsese, and the creator of The Sopranos, David Chase.

WISEGUYS DON’T CAST SHADOWS – is a crime drama with a twist and surprises along the way.

Wiseguy Joe (Rage) a high ranking solider next in line for membership is demoted and passed over but manages to be a top earner and valuable associate, after many years he is giving the opportunity again but declines the offer, upon his retirement he is swindle out of all his savings. He seeks revenge and in the process, he discovered the thief a ten-year-old living in a mud hut with his feeble grandmother back in Nigeria, who is force to steal for a dictator warlord, this unexpected news was not in Joe’s plans. His next decision will decide the fate of everyone including his own.

Book Quote: The cleric lit the church on fire and lit a bond fire; in the process, clumps and puffs of ashes began to swirl and fall as if a tornado around a volcano.

Sample Chapter: He places a phone call to the states to his connection and tells them to put the squeeze on the owner or else.

Hey! Is this where my money is going to; I’m paying you to find things no one else can find what are you doing here?

Theme: War, New Crime, Dark adventure, Journey, Death, Inspirational

Inside the book you’ll receive the making of the story including a Secret Bonus!



Tears in Tripoli: A Jake Collins Novel (Jake Collins Novels Book 1)

by Paul A. Rice

Tears in Tripoli – A Jake Collins Novel

Jake Collins is an ex-military man who earns his wages by providing all manner of security services to international clients. Providing advice whilst accompanying headline-seeking media teams into war-torn regions is old-hat for Jake Collins. He’s been there, and he’s done that.

However, his latest little jaunt, one that sees him travelling right into the heart of Libya, soon turns out to be the trip of a lifetime.

The day after Jake arrives in Libya, the rebel assault upon the heart of Tripoli begins. The destruction of Colonel Gadaffi’s compound, a giant, walled village in the centre of the troubled city, is the Rebels’ only goal and they will not be stopped in their campaign to overthrow the compound and its leader.

Jake soon finds himself in the thick of the fighting, racing through the war-torn streets of Tripoli with a camera crew under the gaze of his watchful eye. It’s never easy trying to stay alive in a world ripped apart by revolution and mass gun-battles, especially when some of Jake’s crew seem absolutely determined to get themselves killed.

Finding himself surrounded by death and madness, it seems to JC that there are enough tears in Tripoli for a person to drown in. All he has to do is keep himself and the media crew in one-piece until their work is done, a task that seems to become more difficult by the hour.



THE VALKNUT: VICTORY OVER DARKNESS

by G. E. CARTER

Northern Canada, December 1959: A USA Air Force mid-air disaster results in a missing nuclear device that is never recovered. Clues to its location have been discovered Fifty years later, by two jihadists, who are determined to recover it by any means necessary, and use the components to manufacture and put to use a working bomb.
A First Nation’s Elder, who may know the location of the lost bomb, is kidnapped by the steadily growing group of terrorists. This, unexpectedly, brings into the ordeal, the man’s family, and Erik Trygg, a retired Canadian Special Opps soldier known for his ruthlessness, and identified by his enemies and some of his comrades by the tattoo on his arm: The Valknut.
Trygg believes the well financed enemy may have successfully built a bomb and he is determined to stop them from deploying it, but he is always one step behind their secret agenda. This results in a deadly chase that starts in the wilderness of Ontario’s far North on the waters of the Albany River, and progresses to a major Canadian city in the South, with the lives of two heads of state at stake, and the possible catastrophic loss of thousands of innocent people.
“Are you going to try to capture either one of them?” she asked. Trygg had a short reply to that. “Never wound a rat…….KILL IT”

“The darkness of terror that is spreading around the world has brought it’s nightmare to the Great White North.”



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