Author: Peter Hersey
ISBN 1589396510 (softcover)
With the rebuilding efforts in Iraq almost complete, the Ottawa Treaty once again comes to the forefront of the national agenda. Without the added strain of rebuilding Iraq, Congress signs and ratifies the treaty with hopes to de-mine the world and save innocent civilian lives-but the plan backfires. North Korea invades South Korea immediately after the landmine field is removed from the de-militarized zone. The U.S. military base camp in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, without the protection of a landmine field, is destroyed by an attacking Cuban army. Simultaneously, a rebellion erupts in Iraq as rebel forces try to retake their country. The President finds himself in the midst of complete chaos, fighting on battlefields on three fronts, when the wars take an unfortunate turn, and the death and destruction is brought home.
Author: Mark Mongilutz ISBN 978-1-62137-530-2 (softcover) ISBN 978-1-62137-531-9 (hardcover) ISBN 978-1-62137-532-6 (eBook) 72 pages "...of...
Author: K.T. Mince ISBN 978-1-62137-001-7 (softcover) ISBN 978-1-62137-002-4 (eBook) 340 pages Driven to the brink...
Author: K.T. Mince ISBN 978-1-60264-563-9 (softcover) ISBN 978-1-60264-564-6 (eBook) 336 pages California Highway Patrol Lieutenant,...