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"Task Force Dragon" by Michael W. Romanowski - Battle of the Bulge survivor Phillip Vogel has been given a dangerous mission: drive 50 miles behind enemy lines to stage a rescue at a brutal Nazi POW camp. The lives of hundreds of American GIs hang in the balance. But there is more to the talesecrets long buried and treason lie behind every bend in the road. What had been simply impossible is now a virtual suicide mission, unless Vogel can discover who the real enemy is before it is too late. (Fiction/Thrillers/Military)
"Reunion" by Steven Eutsler - With the defeat of the Rawyn in the Battle of the Barren Basin, the Krinicsians thought they defeated the darkness threatening their world and the galaxy. They were wrong.... The darkness resurfaces in the malicious form of Sema. Sema has one mission: the complete control of Krinics and the galaxy. Her malevolent plans begin with Empress Pe'Anitia and the people of Krinics. The future stands upon a crumbling precipice. (Krinics Series: Book 2) ((Fiction/Fantasy/Epic)
"Demon Heart" by David Crane - Naoko Kitamura's human appearance hides a dark secret that must be hidden from humans. She is a demon hybrid, a descendant of a demon and a samurai. Struggling to uphold her motherís legacy as defender of Japan against evil, she faces human and nonhuman enemies determined to alter her countryís destiny. Her powers are both a blessing and a curse, for, by being extraordinary, Naoko can never live an ordinary life. For her, the road to victory will be written in blood. (Fiction/Fantasy/Dark Fantasy)
"Beyond the Horizon" by C. P. Holsinger - Wars are raging across the globe. America is weakened and fragmented. Texas and California have seceded. The newly formed republics of Texas and California are struggling, and Arizona is alone with a hostile nation beating on her southern door. The president is dead and his successor is a corrupt tyrant committed to his own agenda--the propagation of Islam and the extinction of the American way of life. (Fiction/Action & Adventure)
"Alien Strain" by Michael Cole - When gold becomes scarce on his planet Phanus, Rodin and his bride explore the feasibility of extracting the precious metal from Earth. Prior to their departure, they place a copy of their psyches inside two spheres as an insurance policy. If something were to happen to them, the spheres would give them a second chance at life. Centuries later, their spheres are found in Cambodia as part of a missing person's search for an archeologist and her team. What results is murder, theft, and a battle for survival. (Science Fiction/Alien Contact)
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