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MOON SHADOW



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Book 2 in the Moon Shadow Series In 2016 the Muslim Brotherhood and millions of Latin Americans, called the Coalition, have infiltrated America. Jihadist camps cover America. Members of the Brotherhood attain key spots in the government and military. Hundreds of thousands are granted amnesty, while tens of thousands walk freely across the border of Mexico. Unmolested, and with the help of DHS, DOJ and the President of the United States they all roam freely across America. Muslims control the Department of Homeland Security with unlimited weapons and billions of rounds of ammunition. With men in key positions, Christians have been labeled traitors and the debt is given no limit with the express intent of bankrupting America. The United States is destroyed, not so much from outside forces, but rather from the greed within. Unable to pay what remain of America’s military, the soldiers simply go home. The invasion controls America without a shot being afraid. They launch their attack on helpless Americans. But the Coalition runs up against American Civilians armed and deadly. And determined to take America back. The invasion has already begun. Beau Gex and his brothers fight for their lives. Now he must find Krysti and the others. Trapped behind enemy lines, a handful of America's best jet pilots, led by ace Beau Gex, discover a dozen old World War II aircraft that they can use in guerrilla-type warfare against the invaders—their enemy. But when the invaders find one of the SR-71 Blackbirds—and intend to use it to destroy the space station, Starburst—Beau and his men are forced to fly one last deadly mission. Now America's future depends on Beau, its best pilot, defeating an F-14 Tomcat at night. But all he has is an antiquated P-51 Mustang and an old Indian Legend, Moon Shadow.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2015
    • Ano:  2015
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001026612541
    • ISBN:  9781311962355

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