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Fire Ant (The Navy of Humankind: Wasp Squadron Book 1)

2018 NEBULA AWARD FINALIST: BEST NOVELLAFloribeth Salinas O’Shea Dalisay is an Off-Planet Worker, employed as an exploration pilot by the giant corporation, Hamdani Brothers. Sent on a routine mission to analyze one of the millions of systems in the galaxy, she stumbles across something that could threaten humanity’s very existence. She barely escapes with her life, but in the process, has to shut down her scout’s AI.As with all OPWs, she has few rights, and instead of being lauded as a hero, the corporation thinks she is lying. Her managers believe she found something valuable and shut down her AI in an attempt to hide that fact, hoping she can sell that information to the highest bidder. Grounded, and with a huge debt now over her head, Beth has to convince the powers that be that a very real danger to humanity is lying in wait out there in deep space.

Frostborn: The Gray Knight (Frostborn #1)

From the author of DEMONSOULED and THE GHOSTS, here is a new epic fantasy of high adventure, heroism, and daring deeds.A thousand years ago, the last grandson of Arthur Pendragon led the survivors of Britain through a magical gate to a new world, a world of magic and high elves, of orcs and kobolds and stranger, darker creatures. Now the descendants of the exiles rule a mighty kingdom, peaceful and prosperous under the rule of the High King. But a shadow threatens to devour the kingdom. RIDMARK ARBAN was once a Swordbearer, a knight of renown. Now he is a branded outcast, stripped of his sword, and despised as a traitor. But he alone sees the danger to come.CALLIANDE awakens in the darkness, her memories gone, and creatures of terrible power hunting her. For she alone holds the secret that can save the world…or destroy it utterly. The secret of the Frostborn. ABOUT THE AUTHORStanding over six feet tall, Jonathan Moeller has the piercing blue eyes of a Conan of Cimmeria, the bronze-colored hair a Visigothic warrior-king, and the stern visage of a captain of men, none of which are useful in his career as a computer repairman, alas.He has written the DEMONSOULED series of sword-and-sorcery novels, and continues to write THE GHOSTS sequence about assassin and spy Caina Amalas, the COMPUTER BEGINNER'S GUIDE series of computer books, and numerous other works.Visit his technology blog at:

SAS: Body Count: The Wicked Will Perish (1)

Do unto others before they do it to you. Three disillusioned SAS Special Forces soldiers return to Britain in the aftermath of the 1991 Gulf conflict to discover an increasingly corrupt judiciary. Smirking miscreants walk free whilst the innocent suffer. Aided by a Scotland Yard informant, the trio embark on a brutal, covert crusade to rid Britain of its nefarious untouchables. Drug dealers, paedophiles and various other lawbreakers are targeted as the morgues fill and the courts empty. Detective Inspector Jim Brannigan, a former military policeman, investigates, suspecting that the deaths are linked. Divided loyalties ensue when the paroled Jamaican drug dealer responsible for the death of Jim's wife evades the justice system but not the elite soldiers now operating as vigilantes. If any of us, or our families, had suffered at the hands of terrorists, drug dealers or paedophiles - would we not demand justice? Especially if the offenders had walked free from court on a technicality. In the case of this book, and its sequel, justice is often lethal and barbaric, carried out by demobbed Special Forces soldiers. Not for the politically correct though even they might say that SAS: Body Count is wonderful and wishful thinking. Hollywood is certain to come knocking for this book - Ray Hoy (The Fiction Works)Unputdownable! Cornerstones Agency.Superbly written book that I just could not put down. The story kept me hooked from beginning to end, Looking forward to part two - Kevin Paul Rich. I'm sure most of us have ranted at soft justice. I certainly have but none of that in this book!! Full of suspense and very well written by a clever author. Very graphic violence so be warned about that. I enjoyed this - Paula Potier.

Freedom Pledge: Adventures of a Victorian Soldier

Outmanned, outclassed, outgunned. Can this Anglo-Irish soldier overcome his past to save his comrades?Crimean shores, 1854. Young Lieutenant Samuel Kingston is eager to prove himself in combat. But when a traitor fiendishly sets him and his handful of Lancers adrift at sea, he fears death is inevitable when the raging waters sweep them behind enemy lines. And when he discovers the Russians have fortified their position, he must somehow warn the British cavalry before they charge to their doom.Crossing the forbidding landscape, Kingston and his men struggle to elude Cossacks and bandits alike. And just when they think they’re in the clear, they find an even greater threat blocking their path.Can Kingston and his ragtag company beat the odds to prevent a massacre?Freedom Pledge is a standalone prequel in the thrilling Adventures of a Victorian Soldier military historical fiction series. If you like intrigue, Nineteenth-Century warfare, and thoughtful meditations on social class then you’ll love M.J. Twomey’s action-packed tale.

Ernest Haycox - Ultimate Collection: Western Classics & Historical Novels: Burnt Creek Stories, Murder on the Frontier, Trouble Shooter, Stories From the American Revolution

Ernest Haycox is among the most successful writers of American western fiction. He is credited for raising western fiction up from the pulp fiction into the mainstream. His works influenced other writers of western fiction to the point of no return. Novels and NovellasA Rider of the High MesaFree GrassThe Octopus of Pilgrim ValleyChaffee of Roaring HorsSon of the WestWhispering RangeThe FeudistsThe Kid From River RedThe Roaring Hour Starlight Rider Riders West The Silver DesertTrail SmokeTrouble ShooterSundown Jim Man in the Saddle The Border Trumpet Saddle and Ride Rim of the Desert Trail TownAlder Gulch Action by Night The Wild Bunch Bugles in the AfternoonCanyon PassageLong StormHead of the MountainThe EarthbreakersThe Adventurers Stories From the American RevolutionRed Knives A Battle PieceDrums Roll Burnt Creek StoriesA Burnt Creek YuletideBudd Dabbles in HomesteadsWhen Money Went to His HeadStubborn PeoplePrairie YuleFalse FaceRockbound Honesty Murder on the Frontier Mcquestion RidesCourt DayOfficer's ChoiceThe Colonel's DaughterDispatch to the GeneralOn Texas StreetIn Bullhide CanyonWild EnoughWhen You Carry the StarOther Short StoriesAt Wolf Creek Tavern Blizzard CampBorn to Conquer Breed of the Frontier Custom of the Country Dead-Man Trail Dolorosa, Here I Come Fourth Son The Last Rodeo The Silver Saddle Things Remembered

Dragontiarna: Knights

Ridmark Arban has defeated both the mighty Frostborn and the evil of the Seven Swords, and now he only wishes to live quietly with his family.But Ridmark's oldest enemy, the Warden of Urd Morlemoch, has not forgotten him. And the Warden knows a dangerous secret.For the dragons are returning...

Eyes of the Hammer: The Green Berets: Dave Riley #1

“Exciting and authentic! Author Mayer, a Green Beret himself, gave me a vivid look at the world of the Army’s Special Forces. His portrayal of Green Beret operations and techniques takes you deep into the world of Special Operations.” W.E.B. Griffin. A US Special Forces team lead by Green Beret Dave Riley is on a top secret mission to take down drug traffickers in Colombia, but while doing so they are faced with betrayal by their own government.The team is carrying sterilized weapons and unmarked uniforms and the operation is “off the books.”Of course, nothing is as it seems, especially once the CIA gets involved. Throw in an Israeli mercenary and betrayal, and Dave Riley and his team soon find themselves wondering what the real mission is and will they become collateral damage from all the double-dealing going on back in Washington.Eyes of the Hammer is the first book in the bestselling Green Beret Series.Stephen Coonts: “A scorcher of a novel!”

INVASION & ESPIONAGE Boxed Set a?? 15 Spy Thrillers & Dystopian Novels (Illustrated): The Price of Power, The Great War in England in 1897, The Invasion ... of the Secret Service, The Way to Win...

In the period that preceded the great wars most of the countries in Europe lived in a great fear of possible invasion of foreign powers or infiltration of enemy spies and secret service agents in the state affairs. This fear resulted in forming of invasion literature genre and William Le Queux was the ruling king of the genre: The Great War in England in 1897The Invasion of 1910Whoso Findeth a WifeOf Royal BloodHer Majesty's MinisterThe Under-SecretaryThe Czar's SpySpies of the KaiserThe Price of PowerHer Royal HighnessAt the Sign of the SwordNumber 70, BerlinThe Way to WinThe Zeppelin DestroyerSant of the Secret ServiceWilliam Le Queux (1864-1927) was an Anglo-French writer who mainly wrote in the genres of mystery, thriller, and espionage, particularly in the years leading up to World War I. His best-known works are the anti-French and anti-Russian invasion fantasy "The Great War in England in 1897" and the anti-German invasion fantasy "The Invasion of 1910."

Dead Ringer

In early 1944, the shadows of defeat are stretching over Nazi Germany, but deep within the Third Reich, Hitler's scientists successfully test a new weapon of incredible power- an atomic bomb. Allied intelligence reports indicate more of these weapons will soon be assembled and loaded aboard a German U-boat. The submarine's mission is uncomplicated-destroy London and bring the Allies to their knees. A team of American operatives is formed to hijack the U-boat and it's deadly cargo but Roosevelt and Churchill know the odds of the mission succeeding are next to impossible. In an astonishing wartime twist of fate, a German officer, thought to be dead, inexplicably reappears and is brought to London for interrogation. Is he a clever agent sent by the Gestapo to mislead the Allies, or the one man who can take the team deep behind enemy lines, through the rampant paranoia of the Nazi regime and onto the submarine without arousing suspicion? An alternate history adventure with an impeccable sense of time and place, William Cone's debut is an action-packed, white-knuckled thriller that is as relentless as it is entertaining. A riveting tale of intrigue, valor and sacrifice, DEAD RINGER presents the desperate struggle of a world on the brink and those who risk everything to save it. Join the team as they race through the danger of war torn Europe towards a final explosive confrontation with the Fuhrer himself.


Readers call the D-BOYS series:"a high-octane adrenaline-fueled action thrill-ride" ... "pure action" ... "one of the best action thrillers of this year (or any year for that matter)" ... "a riveting, fast paced classic!!" ... "The Best Techno Military Thriller I have read!" ... "Up there with Clancy and W.E.B. Griffin" ... "Awesome!" ... "Gripping" ... "Edge of your seat action" ... "What a wild ride!!! I simply could not put this book down" ... "has a real humanity and philosophical side as well" ... "spectacular in so many ways" ... "hi-tech and action in one well-rounded explosive thriller..."The world's most elite counter-terrorist operatorsA cyber-security guru suddenly getting shot at and blown up rather more than usualAnd nuclear-armed terrorists rolling with impunity through a lawless and brutal virtual worldThe year is now. Islamist terrorists hack into America's most sensitive defense networks, launch chemical weapons attacks on Western cities, and stage a raid on the vulnerable nuclear weapons storage facilities in Pakistan. They are using a massively-multiplayer online video game (or "virtual world") as a platform for planning and rehearsing their attacks - forcing a squad of supremely elite Delta Force operators (reinforced by an info-security expert from the Department of Homeland Security) to go inside the game to fight them.But the fight only begins there.Get ready for breath-stealing action in every known battlespace - clockwork urban safehouse takedowns, combat helicopter assaults, brutal ambushes in the trackless mountains, waterborne SEAL team ops, precision close-quarters battle sequences, and CheyTac Intervention sniper rifle systems that can kill you from a mile and a half away.These weapons, tactics, tech, and 21st-century warriors will be unlike anything you've ever read.

Don't Look Back: SOE Circuit Fortunae Book 1

France, 1941: The most terrifying game of hide and seek is about to begin.RAF fighter pilot, Johnny Parker, has barely any time to recover after huge personal tragedy, as he finds himself floating towards a quaint French village. Everything seems to be fine, apart from one thing; the village is crawling with Germans.Tasked with establishing a secure and well run SOE Circuit, Parker must make contact with the French resistance, and channel their enthusiasm from recklessness to ruthlessness. However, the Germans aren’t the only ones he appears to be fighting. With nudges from his counterpart, Parker quickly finds himself suspicious of the very people that he has been sent to help.Join Johnny Parker as he seeks to develop the flailing Circuit Fortunae, while avoiding close calls with the pursuing Germans, fighting internal divisions and, most of all, battling to keep his secrets hidden.As the game unfolds, there is one question on Parker’s lips:How will it all end?‘Don’t Look Back’ is the first book in the thrilling Circuit Fortunae books, following fighter pilot turned SOE Agent Johnny Parker from Thomas Wood.Perfect for fans of Chris Glatte, Max Hennessy and Jonathan Lunn!