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By Gregory L. Wade
The Barker family lives in a remote valley of Tennessee during the Civil War, finding themselves in the chaos of the bloody conflict. Although to many the issues are black and white, the Barkers exist in a world of uncertainty. To protect their homes and lives, they must often reevaluate their beliefs in the midst of life altering upheaval. Their valley neighbors are no different. They also must make quick decisions about loyalty, family, and duty. The Sequatchie Valley is not one of wealth, but it is one of beauty. War threatens at their very doorsteps, and actions have far-reaching and unexpected consequence. Even as the war comes to an end, things are no easier. The country might be under the guise of peace, but conflicts do not cease. The Barker’s isolation brings dangerous people to their realm. Externally, they must fight as they heal from the physical and emotional scars of the Civil War. They will persevere, as Americans always have, but at what price?
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By Amy Barendt

While being played by a date he had, he finds himself being sent to the army base to help the army fight a war and fine some paranormal activity. He was having so much fun with it until something scary happens to him more then once. Does he want to know what’s going on or just try and leave before its to late and he can’t? All he knew was that it started when he went to shore to do some filming on an old warehouse that was haunted. In there he finds something that would scare anyone, but he doesn’t leave alone or empty handed. All he knew when he left was that he wanted to do something about it.


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By Vernon Harris

Sam Michael is having bad dreams; his sleep has been agitated and interrupted in the weeks leading up to his fiftieth birthday. On that day, however, tragedy strikes, and a freak accident leaves Sam in a comatose state. To the people who love him, he sleeps peacefully. For Sam, the state of unconsciousness is anything but restful.

Sam is the victim of a relentless incubus. This monstrous creature forces Sam’s dreaming mind into a parallel universe. He may have fallen into a coma at the age of fifty in 1995, but his mind has been transported to Vietnam in 1965. Sam must now survive a horrific war he thought he once escaped; worse, in the dream, he is wounded.

In order to awaken and return home, Sam must complete an unknown mission. But the shock of being caught up in this war leaves him spinning, however, and he feels unable to finish his task. A journey must be taken, a place discovered, and a mystery solved. The ruthless incubus would keep Sam in its power forever, but Sam’s life is in his grasp, if only he can escape the war a second time.


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By Richard Kelley
An American soldier in Iraq discovers there is more than one enemy in combat. Faced with battling boredom, loneliness and a set of rules that do not make sense anywhere else, one soldier struggles to serve their time and return home.
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By Gregory L. Wade
The Barker family lives in a remote valley of Tennessee during the Civil War, finding themselves in the chaos of the bloody conflict. Although to many the issues are black and white, the Barkers exist in a world of uncertainty. To protect their homes and lives, they must often reevaluate their beliefs in the midst of life altering upheaval. Their valley neighbors are no different. They also must make quick decisions about loyalty, family, and duty. The Sequatchie Valley is not one of wealth, but it is one of beauty. War threatens at their very doorsteps, and actions have far-reaching and unexpected consequence. Even as the war comes to an end, things are no easier. The country might be under the guise of peace, but conflicts do not cease. The Barker’s isolation brings dangerous people to their realm. Externally, they must fight as they heal from the physical and emotional scars of the Civil War. They will persevere, as Americans always have, but at what price?
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By Gregory L. Wade
The Barker family lives in a remote valley of Tennessee during the Civil War, finding themselves in the chaos of the bloody conflict. Although to many the issues are black and white, the Barkers exist in a world of uncertainty. To protect their homes and lives, they must often reevaluate their beliefs in the midst of life altering upheaval. Their valley neighbors are no different. They also must make quick decisions about loyalty, family, and duty. The Sequatchie Valley is not one of wealth, but it is one of beauty. War threatens at their very doorsteps, and actions have far-reaching and unexpected consequence. Even as the war comes to an end, things are no easier. The country might be under the guise of peace, but conflicts do not cease. The Barker’s isolation brings dangerous people to their realm. Externally, they must fight as they heal from the physical and emotional scars of the Civil War. They will persevere, as Americans always have, but at what price?
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By Paul Avallone
A novel of the Afghan War, authentic, boots-on-the-ground, TATTOO ZOO comes from a veteran of three-plus years in the war--first as a Green Beret, then later years as a freelance writer/photographer embedded with US Army infantry units. This is the story of the courage, camaraderie and sacrifice of the men of the fictional platoon of the title, as these GIs fight a fierce Taliban in a nowhere piece of picturesque real estate called Wajma Valley, while battling a politically correct four-star command determined to prosecute the Zoosters for war crimes or simply leave them in the valley to die.
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By Richard Kelley
An American soldier in Iraq discovers there is more than one enemy in combat. Faced with battling boredom, loneliness and a set of rules that do not make sense anywhere else, one soldier struggles to serve their time and return home.
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By Paul Avallone
A novel of the Afghan War, authentic, boots-on-the-ground, TATTOO ZOO comes from a veteran of three-plus years in the war--first as a Green Beret, then later years as a freelance writer/photographer embedded with US Army infantry units. This is the story of the courage, camaraderie and sacrifice of the men of the fictional platoon of the title, as these GIs fight a fierce Taliban in a nowhere piece of picturesque real estate called Wajma Valley, while battling a politically correct four-star command determined to prosecute the Zoosters for war crimes or simply leave them in the valley to die.
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By E. R. Baillie

It is 1812. For four years, Daniel Brownell has been crossing the Detroit River from Canada every day to attend school in America. But as General Hull prepares to invade Canada at Sandwich, where the Brownell family has a store, eleven-year-old Daniel must choose between following his American father—who is determined to join General Hull—or remaining with his unstable Canadian mother. After he decides his mother needs him more, Daniel retreats with her to Amherstburg, where a wealthy man rumored to be friends with the Shawnee agrees to take them in.

Seventy-two-year-old Matthew Elliott has just been named lieutenant commander and chief of Indian affairs in the British Army, and he is tasked with keeping Tecumseh and his warriors in line. As Elliott welcomes Daniel and his mother into his home, Daniel does his best to accept his new life. But when Elliot asks Daniel to deliver a letter to General Hull with the hope of deceiving him, the boy puts his own life in jeopardy in an attempt to save his father’s. Although Elliott has participated in many savage battles, the day Daniel loses his innocence grieves him mightily as he realizes that no one—not even a child—can escape the chaos created by war.

In this historical tale, two intersecting families are caught up in the War of 1812 as America invades Canada and a boy, an Indian agent, and a great Shawnee chief struggle to survive.


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By Gerard R. D’Alessio
Even before he is fully awake in his bed at Walter Reed Hospital, United States Army reservist Rick Garcia knows it is going to be a very bad day. It is November 2004, and as if having his leg amputated during an extended tour in Iraq is not bad enough, Rick is about to receive a letter from his wife, Coralee, telling him she is divorcing him and taking their two children from their home in New Jersey to Oklahoma to live with her mother.

Now forced to re-invent his life, Rick decides to do his rehabilitation in a V.A. hospital near his children. While dealing with terrifying nightmares and flashbacks, feeling vulnerable and alone, Rick falls in love with one of his nurses. But when Rick’s children witness a murder that puts their lives in jeopardy, Rick chooses to work with Coralee to protect their children from further danger—a decision that changes everything.

Iraq Dreams is the compelling story of a wounded veteran who must reevaluate his life as he and his family battle to overcome the psychological damage that resulted from the war.

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By Paul Wańkowicz

Flying rescue missions is part of George Young’s job, and he accepts the risks of a night flight through a blizzard to a remote Canadian village, despite a finicky engine. Although dicey, the long journey provides George with time to reminisce:

The lure of flight to a 17-year-old boy, proud to have earned his pilot’s license. The exciting, terrifying disruption of World War II to everything he’s known. Insane flying missions in the Aleutians, where less than ten percent of the weather is fit for aircraft or airmen. A suicide sortie after intelligence on a prototype Japanese bomber with a range that threatens US soil. The bittersweet success of a guerilla movement in the Philippine jungles. Dynamic pilots who taught George how to survive, whose dedication to duty cost them their lives. And a patchwork love, never fully realized, always just out of reach.

As he wrestles his aircraft and the storm on this errand of mercy, George also wrestles with eternal questions of destiny. What is his purpose, that he should live and others die? Is he doomed to drift, his heart hardening as he struggles to survive in civilian life even more than he did during the war?


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By Paul Bouchard
Two days ago, forty-seven-year-old Glenn Greenwood was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer and given six months left to live. While reflecting on his short life and twenty-year army career, Glenn often ponders what exactly Father LaBrie meant when he recently said, “I’ll administer your last rites tomorrow, Glenn, Saturday, but before I do, I want to take you for a short ride, a short trip. I can also administer the sacrament of confession when you want.” A short ride? A short trip? Glenn’s not sure what that’s all about, but when Saturday arrives, and Father LaBrie, as promised, takes Glenn for that short ride in his Ford Explorer on that crisp autumn morning, a destination is reached, and it is there that an event of some three decades past is revisited, an event Glenn buried deep in his mind a long time ago, hoping it would never resurface. Now the incident has resurfaced and it affects his last rites and final confession.
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By E. R. Baillie

It is 1812. For four years, Daniel Brownell has been crossing the Detroit River from Canada every day to attend school in America. But as General Hull prepares to invade Canada at Sandwich, where the Brownell family has a store, eleven-year-old Daniel must choose between following his American father—who is determined to join General Hull—or remaining with his unstable Canadian mother. After he decides his mother needs him more, Daniel retreats with her to Amherstburg, where a wealthy man rumored to be friends with the Shawnee agrees to take them in.

Seventy-two-year-old Matthew Elliott has just been named lieutenant commander and chief of Indian affairs in the British Army, and he is tasked with keeping Tecumseh and his warriors in line. As Elliott welcomes Daniel and his mother into his home, Daniel does his best to accept his new life. But when Elliot asks Daniel to deliver a letter to General Hull with the hope of deceiving him, the boy puts his own life in jeopardy in an attempt to save his father’s. Although Elliott has participated in many savage battles, the day Daniel loses his innocence grieves him mightily as he realizes that no one—not even a child—can escape the chaos created by war.

In this historical tale, two intersecting families are caught up in the War of 1812 as America invades Canada and a boy, an Indian agent, and a great Shawnee chief struggle to survive.


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By E. R. Baillie

It is 1812. For four years, Daniel Brownell has been crossing the Detroit River from Canada every day to attend school in America. But as General Hull prepares to invade Canada at Sandwich, where the Brownell family has a store, eleven-year-old Daniel must choose between following his American father—who is determined to join General Hull—or remaining with his unstable Canadian mother. After he decides his mother needs him more, Daniel retreats with her to Amherstburg, where a wealthy man rumored to be friends with the Shawnee agrees to take them in.

Seventy-two-year-old Matthew Elliott has just been named lieutenant commander and chief of Indian affairs in the British Army, and he is tasked with keeping Tecumseh and his warriors in line. As Elliott welcomes Daniel and his mother into his home, Daniel does his best to accept his new life. But when Elliot asks Daniel to deliver a letter to General Hull with the hope of deceiving him, the boy puts his own life in jeopardy in an attempt to save his father’s. Although Elliott has participated in many savage battles, the day Daniel loses his innocence grieves him mightily as he realizes that no one—not even a child—can escape the chaos created by war.

In this historical tale, two intersecting families are caught up in the War of 1812 as America invades Canada and a boy, an Indian agent, and a great Shawnee chief struggle to survive.


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