Get ready for a fresh take on the zombie genre when the SEALs fix their crosshairs on the undead and the unsavory. James Enroy, a former Navy SEAL, thinks he is the sole survivor left in L.A. after a bioweapon cripples humanity, turning the infected into pudding-faced zombies. A chance meeting with an old mentor and a young heroine brings the trio into a confrontation with a criminal kingpin who has turned the L.A. Zoo into a gladiator arena, pitting zombies against humans.
A quality survival kit is one of the critical keys in prevailing during a backcountry emergency. Survival instructor Tony Nester shares what essential gear to carry and how to design a tailor-made kit to fit your specific needs. Drawing upon the past 26 years of teaching field courses, Nester provides a pragmatic look at the crucial elements that should go into a personal survival kit and the steps to help ensure that you don't get lost in the first place.
Bill Evers, a former soldier, mercenary, and martial arts expert is once again in action to try and stop the leader of the Bilderbergers' evil plan. The members of this ultra-secretive organization include many of the rich and famous, but its extremely wealthy leader has sinister plans that no one could have predicted. Prepare to be shocked, horrified, and grateful for the warriors who keep us safe from the evil in this world!
"Good story, narrator.. not so much.."
When former Iraqi and Afghanistan war veteran Bill Evers is recruited to track down a mystical artifact that has been stolen from a Mexican museum, he initially refuses. After learning the cartouche is cursed, and that it contains powers that could likely destroy the world if it falls into wrong hands, he feels duty bound to accept the mission.
"Interesting tale! "
There was no larger steel mill in the United States than the Homestead works, a division of Carnegie Steel. The discord between the employed, represented by the Amalgamated Association, and the employers, defended by Henry Clay Frick, a major shareholder and chief officer for all parts of Carnegie Steel, was, when the contract expired at the end of June, 1892, unsettled and provoked severe hostilities.
In diverse financial scrimmages, Jay Gould and his adversaries fought to survive and prosper in the difficult markets of the early 1880s. This historical drama represents his promptitude against discontented creditors, prompt detractors, and provoked distrusters. This play is one of the Gouldium, a series of dramas on the life and times of Jay Gould. As in most of these plays, there are seven scenes of dialogue and seven choral episodes.
The cursed winds of the fiery mists flowing about the innocent graces of the forcefully broken. Painfully protruding the poetically damned souls still wandering the world in search of sinister practice.