Two astronauts and their NASA spacecraft, Charger II, disappear on re-entry after a routine mission. One astronaut survives, only to find himself cast back in time.
Astronauts Jim Parker and Michael Murphy, aboard the space shuttle Charger II, were wrapping up a routine mission. Just prior to re-entry, they encountered a mysterious cloud bank in space and were never heard from again. Two years later, a metal box was unearthed at a construction site in St. Louis. In it was a previously unknown, yet apparently authentic, journal of the historic Lewis and Clark expedition: written by astronaut Jim Parker. Did Parker and Murphy alter history, or save it?
"Not what it seems"
In 2007, Astronaut Commander James Parker was lost in space. In 2009, a metal box was found with a diary by Parker living in St. Louis in 1807. In 2070, with the discovery of time travel, Astronaut Brian Harmon was sent back in time to find out what happened to Parker. His search has twists and turns, a gun fight with outlaws, wound at Bull Run in the Civil War, serving as a cavalry officer in the west, battle with Indians, and working on a Texas cattle ranch where he finds love.
What if, as a result of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the entire Pacific fleet of the U.S. Navy was destroyed, aircraft carriers and all. What if, the Japanese hadn’t been stopped in the South Pacific Islands and finally invaded the western shores of the United States. Here is a new, fictionalized, World War II scenario based on assumptions obtained from military historians and advisors. This is what could have happened in 1942 if the outcome of history had been different....
"Can't belive this is a published book !"
He was a legend in his own time. Hated by some, loved by others, respected by all. He fought for his people against all odds. His name struck fear in the hearts of his enemies. Years after his death, his name in WWII was a battle cry for the airborne soldier, a shout of courage, of determination, of victory.
Known to the Indians as the Lone Wanderer, Jim Parker roams the western plains, living among different tribes, trying to forget the loss of his family. But he cannot forget where he came from: the 21st century.
"Wides of Texas"
When time-warped astronaut Jim Parker found another astronaut's flight jacket on a Comanche brave in 1860, he knew he was not the only one who had been thrown back in time. If the astronaut was alive, Jim had to find him.
At the end of the Civil War, Jim Parker goes back to the Indians to prepare them for the future that only he knows. As an astronaut lost in a time warp in 2008, he has befriended Major Mark Barkley of the War Department, who calls on Jim for special projects. At different times, Jim is met by a rider on a huge red horse, who claims to fulfill Biblical prophesy. Jim thinks the rider is an insane preacher, but when he shows up in the middle of Custer's battle at the Little Big Horn, he begins to wonder.
Aliens land on Earth with an important message for humans. They are pursued so intensely by the KGB, FBI, and CIA that they are unable to deliver the message.
Captain Ben Morgan had served with the 8th Air Force in World War II. At home he had a wife and three young children. Three more missions and he could go home. But a bombing run in his B-24 over Hamburg changed his life forever. Shot down by German fire, he was reported killed in action, but a German doctor saved his life and rebuilt his face. His wife, Jenny, waited five years for his hoped-for return, then remarried.
"A Pleasent Suprise"
A new assassin appeared on the world scene. He left a card on his victims, the picture of a snake. He called himself Viper. He killed leaders in different countries and also terrorists. He had no agenda; it was for the money, and he was paid in the millions. But there was one assassination he would do for free. His goal was to kill Hawk, and he knew where he lived. He also knew Hawk's real identity: FBI assassin Lane Palmer. So he wouldn't be hard to find.
In the distant future, AD 6582, Professor Kato Maun transcribes an ancient writing on an archaeology find that sets off a search for an unknown lost civilization somewhere in the ancient past. With the help of a beautiful, mysterious intelligence agent known only as Lavina, Kato journeys back through time to the edge of the fire barrier, which is the beginning of their history. The lost civilization surely must lie beyond the fire barrier....
An FBI agent is murdered on a snow-covered mountain in Idaho. Retired Agent Lane Palmer recovers a courier valise with evidence of a secret organization in Washington involving powerful government leaders operating in drugs, oil, organized crime and directing terrorists. The evidence is stolen when FBI Director Pat O'Neill is shot, and President Armstrong asks Palmer to find the valise, and who killed the agent. Palmers' search leads him across the country.
Here is the first book in the American Blend series. This series is fiction. It is based on the true exploits of two immigrant families and follows their movements through 200 years. The Genet family is from France and the Roberts family is from England. The descendants of the Genet and Roberts families grow with the country, fighting her wars, settling the land and suffering the hardships of the times.
Lane Palmer has been fighting terrorists for years, leaving his marker, the hawk playing card. Called out of retirement by FBI Chief Pat O'Neill, Lane includes his wife Nancy, another former FBI agent, and his loyal Nez Perce Indian friend, Tom Redhorse, on the Hawk's strike team. This unexpected case may prove to be the most extreme yet for "The Hawk." A neutron bomb is planted somewhere in the United States.
"Continuse series that reviews past eposodes"
Lane Palmer is an American assassin known as "The Hawk". He works for Counter Force, a secret department of the FBI. After saving President Conway and exposing Secret Service Chief Alan Powell as a traitor, Lane becomes the target of an assassin named Omega. Omega's purpose is to kidnap Palmer and deliver him to the Islamic terrorists in Libya for a large reward.
This is the prequel to The Hawk Series. Lane Palmer had it all: a good government job, plenty of friends and a loving family. Then, in a horrible instant, he lost everything. His life seemingly over, he thinks of suicide, but turns instead to revenge. The American sets out on a holy war of his own. Using contacts made during his service with the CIA, he searches for the five Jihad terrorists responsible for the deaths of his family.
Somewhere in the near future, cars are driven on electric highways and in the air on designated corridors at set elevations. Law enforcement agencies have been reorganized under new designations. International space stations have become small cities, but not quite self-supporting. Colonel Harmon Steele, test pilot for Garland Aviation and a NASA shuttle pilot, spends part of his time delivering supplies to the various stations. Terrorist threats have kept the country on alert....
After escaping a lynching in Charleston for being a Redcoat during the Revolutionary War, Henry Roberts was forced to flee into Tennessee. He hoped to start anew and prayed he wouldn't be recognized as a former British soldier. To assure his safety, he becomes a fur trapper and ventures into the wilderness.
Lane Palmer is an American assassin known as "The Hawk". A cue-stick laser gun that was used to kill four militia rebels caught the attention of Counter Force and leads Palmer into a search that involves conspiracy and murder. In addition to that, someone in the military is trying to get the United States into a war with China. Lane must find the man who killed the rogue rebels and take possession of the laser gun. The mysterious man's name is Rand, and some believe he is an alien from another world.