On his first combat mission of the Vietnam War, US Air Force pilot Sol Rall is shot down over the jungles of Laos. Stranded in a valley teeming with enemy troops, Sol scrambles to survive and evade capture. Pararescueman Bo Bolick has been given just twenty-four hours to find Sol before a US carpet bombing destroys every living thing in the valley, friend or foe.
David L. Robbins, author of the war classic War of the Rats, delivers another heart-stopping, deeply researched military adventure, this time right off today’s front pages. The US military’s most highly trained and elite unit is the US Air Force pararescuers, known as PJs. All battle-hardened vets, their motto is "That Others May Live". Their singular mission is CSAR: Combat Search and Rescue. But, off the Horn of Africa, one PJ unit is tasked with a desperate assignment that goes against its oath: Take down a cargo ship full of secrets that’s been captured by Somali pirates.
"A good Military action novel"
Every member of the Special Ops US Air Force pararescue jumpers, the PJs, swears by the motto "That Others May Live." A top-secret mission to save a kidnapped Saudi princess will put that oath to the ultimate test. With a force of armed men, a former mujahideen chases across the desert of Yemen to recover his Saudi wife, kidnapped by her powerful father, a prince of the Kingdom. The kidnapping turns violent, she is badly wounded, and the PJs are dropped into the vast sere badlands to rescue the princess and a young American diplomat....
"Took me a while to get into it."
In 1945, a ruthless female assassin attempts to take down the ultimate target: Franklin Delano Roosevelt. And an unlikely hero, Professor Mikhal Lammeck, may be the only one who can stop her.
"Very Good Listen"
Inside South Africa's Kruger National Park, ranger Promise discovers the remains of a crashed military drone - and a live missile. Immediately, Promise calls her uncle, Juma, a rhino-poaching kingpin and an illegal arms dealer. Alerted US authorities send pararescuemen LB and Wally into the Kruger to secure the crash site. But Juma gets there first and takes the unexploded missile.
At a remote site in Minnesota, filmmaker Kurt Carpenter has built a secure compound and invited a select group of people to bunker down until the worst is over. The world into which they re-emerge is like nothing they've ever seen. At first they think they're the only ones left. But they soon find out how wrong they are. In the wasteland of what used to be America, their battle to survive is only just beginning.
"Great concept and enjoyable story"
New York Times best-selling author David L. Robbins has entrenched himself as the master of the World War II novel. Telling the gripping story of the 1945 rescue of allied prisoners from the Los Baños camp near Manila, Broken Jewel received tremendous critical acclaim, including starred reviews from Library Journal and Kirkus Reviews.
"A rich story, exciting and well told!"
For 100 years after a nuclear holocaust annihilated civilization, the Family has eked out a meager existence in the wilds of what used to be Minnesota. But something is going wrong in the Home. People aren't living as long as they used to. Mutations are becoming more common. To ensure their survival, there's only one thing the Family can do: venture outside the compound walls for help. Three of their best warriors are chosen for the task – Blade, Hickok and Geronimo.
The Time: 100 years after the nuclear holocaust. The Place: What's left of America. The Family: Isolated survivors of World War III, they huddled together for safety, surrounded by savage barbarians and bizarre, deadly mutants. The Alpha Triad: Blade, Hickock and Geronimo were the fighting arm of The Family – hard men, skilled in staying alive, no matter what the cost.
USA Today best-selling author David Robbins' searing Western tales capture all the thunder and lightning of Ralph Compton's extraordinary legacy. In Blood Duel, Jeeter Frost is targeted by reporters seeking insider details of the "Missouri Man-Killer." Jeeter knows he's done his share of killin', but his inability to read the so-called true accounts of his exploits makes his trigger finger burn worse than ever.
"Western Comedy that is not funny"
Accompanied by members of the Freedom Federation, Blade and his deadly team rolled into a small Wyoming town hoping to slaughter the Doktor in a final ambush. But the predators quickly became the prey when they were cut off and surrounded by a savage hoard of blood-thirsty half-humans. They were seven against an army and their epic battle would live on throughout the ages - if any of them survived to tell the tale.
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The last vestige of civilization is under attack by a horde of savage fighters determined to plunge the world into total darkness and ignorance. Undermanned, outgunned, and overmatched, the Warriors of the Home desperately need help. But help is hundreds of miles away in Denver, and only one man has the courage and strength to accomplish the impossible. If he fails, the Home will perish; if he succeeds, it might be his last act of heroism.
It was a mission of mercy that turned into a run with death as Blade and the Alpha Triad tried to rescue the pathetic remnants of humanity from the festering stinkhole that had once been the Twin Cities. Captured, tortured, and marked for "Reabsorption," the Triad had about as much chance to survive as a snowflake in a thermonuclear blast....
Ralph Compton created a distinct brand of Western that lives on in the epic tales bearing his name. Bullet for a Bad Man features brothers Boone and Epp, who have little in common besides a God-given ability to draw steel with eyesearing speed. Happy raising cattle, Boone wonders at his brother’s lawlessness. But he never thought Epp’s ambitions would turn brother against brother—nor imagine he’d face the prospect of sending his own kin to the next world.
The Earth is devastated, left a desolate wasteland of mutant beings and desperate renegades by the final holocaust of World War III. Out of the ashes rose Blade, leader of the brutal fighting force known as the Alpha Triad. Together the Triad must risk sudden death to retrieve the vital serum that would save a handful of survivors from a lethal disease. But first the Triad must fend off hordes of deranged humanoids, a hideously deformed creature that hungered for human flesh, and make their way through a long-dead city ruled by warring factions that let no one survive!
In what was once America’s heartland dwell the survivors of the nuclear holocaust that annihilated most of civilization, leaving a scorched land filled with roving bands of vicious outlaws and savage new breeds of deadly creatures. A team of warriors known as the Alpha Triad have vowed to defend the Home, the survivors’ last refuge. Blade, Hickok and Geronimo are all that stand between a tenuous existence and certain death. The Triad’s latest mission is a trek to the Twin Cities to acquire medical supplies.
"Favorite book series!"
Postnuclear America was a slagheap littered with the charred debris of the holocaust. Only a few survivors remained - some dedicated to rebuilding civilization, most determined to drive humanity deeper into the abyss. Blade, an Alpha Triad Warrior, was a knife fighter with a razor-sharp temper. He had sworn to protect The Home from all invaders - but this time he had to slaughter the innocent to save the guilty.
"More endworld please!"
Down and out West, two friends decide to make a name for themselves as bounty hunters. But the job is easier said than done. Going after one of the most wanted outlaws alive, they better learn fast - or lose their good-for-nothing lives.
National best-selling phenomenon Ralph Compton's legacy lives on with By the Horns. A greenhorn - an Englishman, no less - arrives in Whiskey Flats to purchase one of the Bar 40's best longhorns. Owen, the ranch foreman, must escort the tenderfoot on the drive from Texas to Wyoming. But Luke Deal and his gang of ruthless cowboys have been hankerin' to get even with Owen, and this seems like the perfect time to settle an old score.