Has Doomsday Arrived?
The ultimate automatic weapon. Built during the Cold War, the top secret SHIVA Compression virus has a single task: should a Soviet sneak attack kill the President, SHIVA launches U.S. nuclear missiles in retaliation. But what if SHIVA falls into the wrong hands? Once released onto the nation’s communications networks, it can't be called back. SHIVA copies itself everywhere, picks every lock and never sleeps.
Air Force officer Perry Helion discovers SHIVA and must somehow stop Minutemen ICBMs launching from their underground silos. Perry and his team must move fast as as the seconds tick down toward World War III.
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“George in London” on Kindle and Nook!
A manuscript discovered in the foundation of Mount Vernon tells a wild tale: the unknown story of 19-year-old George Washington's adventure in London in 1751 seeking his fortune. George in London, a comic historical novel by Tim Queeney, is now available for the Kindle and the Nook ebook readers. For an in-depth description of George, click on more about George in London.
GEORGE FOR KINDLE & NOOK OWNERS!
George in London is the perfect gift for book lovers, history fans or folks who just like to laugh out loud.
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