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Books
Our stories are based on real life events, based on some of the experiences of 29 years in the Army. They are all available as e-books through one of these sources.
DEPLOYMENT ($21.95) (381 pages)(ISBN 978-0-595-48200-9)
DEPLOYMENT ($21.95) (381 pages)(ISBN 978-0-595-48200-9)
The 289th Engineers are activated for a humanitarian mission to the Darfur region of the Sudan. At the lonely end of a long support chain, the soldiers find that not everyone appreciates their efforts, sometimes, not even their own government. Stuck between three sides in a civil war, the man and women of the 289th fighting for their own lives in a very hostile desert. In the middle of it all, a Sergeant Major finds himself romantically involved with an female officer, another land mine in a dangerous situation.
RECOVERY ($21.95) (378 pages)(ISBN 978-1-4502-0555-9)
RECOVERY ($21.95) (378 pages)(ISBN 978-1-4502-0555-9)
After the Sudan, the 289th needs to rest and refit in Europe. A support mission in Moldova to build a road seems like the ideal place to keep them out of sight and out of mind for a while. It's a good place for Grant's relationship with Linda Bonneville to develop, but there are distractions. It doesn't take them long to discover that they are actually supporting Russian efforts to recover abandoned chemical weapons.Muslim radicals know about them too, and an old enemy from Sudan is looking for a little payback.
OVERWATCH: the Mexican border ($18.95) (291 pages)(ISBN 978-1-4620-2055-3)
OVERWATCH: the Mexican border ($18.95) (291 pages)(ISBN 978-1-4620-2055-3)
At the end of their tour of duty, the 289th is returned to the United States to serve out their time, hopefully without starting another war. A lonely corner of the New Mexico/Mexico border seems like a good place to have them upgrade a fence and improve a road for the Border Patrol. It''s only after they've been committed that they discover the area is a major smuggling route for drugs, guns and illegal immigrants, and to stop it, they may have to start a war with Mexico.
THE LAST COURIER ($18.95)  (291 pages)       (ISBN 978-1-4759-6437-0)
THE LAST COURIER ($18.95) (291 pages) (ISBN 978-1-4759-6437-0)
Out side of the gates of a compound in Pakistan a computer file is passed on as Navy SEALs storm the house. The last operation of Osama bin Laden has been put into execution. A path of violence will be cut across the Middle East, Europe and North America as Iranians and the Janjaweed compete to hijack each others plans to wreak vengeance and terror on their enemies. From a dusty checkpoint in Afghanistan to the streets of a small New England town, the lives of four American soldiers and a terrorist who just wants to disappear, are linked in lies, deception and violence
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