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The Liberators

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ORIGINAL PAPERBACK! BOOK ONE IN A NEW SERIES!
A New Master of Military Science Fiction Begins a New Series of Military Action Set in the Present Day.

A brand new original paperback series from a military man--and a skilled writer of military adventure.

Old soldiers never die...except inside...when they lack a reason to live. Old soldier Wes Stauer is dying inside, from sheer lack of purpose. And then comes the knock on the door: "Our leader's son and heir has been kidnapped. We don't know where he is. We need you to get him back for us. The people who have him are numerous, warlike, and well armed. But money is no object."

And then old soldiers--sailors and airmen, too--stop fading away and come back into sharp focus.



"Kratman's dystopia [in Caliphate ] is a brisk page turner full of startling twists . .. he's a professional military man . . . so he's certainly up to speed on the military and geopolitical conceits of the book." -- Mark Steyn , Maclean's Magazine



"Kratman's written the future [in Caliphate ], and it's scary." -- John Ringo
Publisher: [Riverdale, NY] : Baen ; New York : Distributed by Simon & Schuster, 2011.
ISBN: 9781439134023
1439134022
Characteristics: 694 p. ;,18 cm.
Alternative Title: Liberators.

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CalvinCazes
Nov 03, 2011

I enjoyed this novel. It has the feel of the old pulp fiction of the 70's. The pace was good. If you enjoy John Ringo or othe Tom Kratman novels you'll enjoy this one.

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