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The Coat of a Man By Donald Simmons
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The President of the United States is forced to take extraordinary steps to contain the lawless narco-state of Mexico. The CIA Station Chief finds he has to put his life on the line to implement the... More > President's policies.< Less
The Coat of a Man By Donald Simmons
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The President of the United States is forced to take extraordinary steps to contain the lawless narco-state of Mexico. The CIA Station Chief finds he has to put his life on the line to implement the... More > President's policies.< Less
GOLDEN GOOSE By vance motley
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A civil war rages in the United States and the person with the most gold is the person with the most power. While Jake Meeks and Benny Hondo lead their militia against bandits and Mexican invaders,... More > Thirsty Meeks uses his army to acquire more gold. When he learns of the gold stored in Fort Knox he begins plotting on how to steal it and he needs Jake's militia to help him.< Less
For Honor, Country, and God: Los Niños Héroes By Phillip Thomas Tucker
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For the first time, this ground-breaking book tells the full story of the stirring role played by Mexico's young cadets, Los Niños Héroes, at Chapultepec on September 13, 1847. Phillip... More > Thomas Tucker, Ph.D., is the first American author to present a book in English about these cadets, separating fact from fiction to present a more accurate view of the desperate defense of Chapultepec and the Military College during the Mexican-American War. This book presents the dramatic true story of the cadets in all its tragedy and glory, when Mexico’s existence was at stake. No sacrifice was more memorable or inspirational in this unjust war than that of the six teenage cadets. But, this book is about more than the sacrifice of these students. This is also the story of the heroic struggle of a young republic attempting to survive the unstoppable invasion of a neighboring country, the U.S.A. At Chapultepec, the cadets fought with great courage and died for honor, country, and God, so that Mexico would survive.< Less
A FIGHTING FOOL By vance motley
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There is foreign invasion of the United States and Jake Meeks is in command of a volunteer militia. An electro magnetic pulse has knocked out the electric grid and life in the US is almost the way... More > it was before electricity.< Less
Wrested From This Peaceful Life: Santa Anna at the Alamo By Mike M. Castillo
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This concise history of the battle of the Alamo is a valuable resource for all history teachers, especially those who use the Texas History textbook. Since only a very limited introduction to this... More > topic is given in the present Texas History textbook, this concise history can be used as a supplementary tool to assist all history teachers in the lecturing and teaching of the Alamo saga. As awe-inspiring as it is, the battle of the Alamo continues to leave children, and adults alike, with many unanswered questions. This concise history aims to answer some of these questions.< Less
Wrested From This Peaceful Life: Santa Anna at the Alamo By Mike M. Castillo
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This concise history of the battle of the Alamo is a valuable resource for all history teachers, especially those who use the Texas History textbook. Since only a very limited introduction to this... More > topic is given in the present Texas History textbook, this concise history can be used as a supplementary tool to assist all history teachers in the lecturing and teaching of the Alamo saga. As awe-inspiring as it is, the battle of the Alamo continues to leave children, and adults alike, with many unanswered questions. This concise history aims to answer some of these questions.< Less
Wrested From This Peaceful Life: Santa Anna at the Alamo By Mike M. Castillo
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This concise history of the battle of the Alamo is a valuable resource for all history teachers, especially those who use the Texas History textbook. Since only a very limited introduction to this... More > topic is given in the present Texas History textbook, this concise history can be used as a supplementary tool to assist all history teachers in the lecturing and teaching of the Alamo saga. As awe-inspiring as it is, the battle of the Alamo continues to leave children, and adults alike, with many unanswered questions. This concise history aims to answer some of these questions.< Less
Retribution: A Western By Don Scot
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In 1879, Taw Black, away at college in Georgia, receives word that his family’s ranch in the New Mexico Territory has been raided by outlaws—and that his father has been killed. When Taw... More > learns that his adopted brother may have been involved, he starts for home to clear his brother’s name and avenge the death of his father. With no money to fund his journey, Taw must plod through the dangerous post–Civil War landscape, using any means to survive. Taw’s grief transforms into hate, even as he is befriended by a riverboat gambler, a Mexican outlaw, and a band of renegade Indians. When he finally arrives home, he uncovers a master plot instigated by a gang of killers intent on not getting caught. As he takes retribution on the men responsible for his father’s death, he fears that his actions are causing him to lose part of his own soul—something that becomes more daunting when he meets a special woman who could change his life forever.< Less
Retribution: A Western By Don Scot
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In 1879, Taw Black, away at college in Georgia, receives word that his family’s ranch in the New Mexico Territory has been raided by outlaws—and that his father has been killed. When Taw... More > learns that his adopted brother may have been involved, he starts for home to clear his brother’s name and avenge the death of his father. With no money to fund his journey, Taw must plod through the dangerous post–Civil War landscape, using any means to survive. Taw’s grief transforms into hate, even as he is befriended by a riverboat gambler, a Mexican outlaw, and a band of renegade Indians. When he finally arrives home, he uncovers a master plot instigated by a gang of killers intent on not getting caught. As he takes retribution on the men responsible for his father’s death, he fears that his actions are causing him to lose part of his own soul—something that becomes more daunting when he meets a special woman who could change his life forever.< Less