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Arctic Wargame by Ethan Jones

Rating: 4.3 Stars with 19 votes
Category: Action and Adventure, Mystery, Thriller, Suspense

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Canadian Intelligence Service Agent Justin Hall—combat-hardened in operations throughout Northern Africa—has been demoted after a botched mission in Libya.

When two foreign icebreakers appear in Canadian Arctic waters, Justin volunteers for the reconnaissance mission, eager to return to the field. His team discovers a foreign weapons cache deep in the Arctic, but they are not aware that a spy has infiltrated the Department of National Defence.

The team begins to unravel a treasonous plan against Canada, but they fall under attack from one of their own. Disarmed and stripped of their survival gear, they are stranded in a remote location. Now the team must survive the deadly Arctic not only to save themselves, but their country.

Arctic Wargame is an action-packed spy thriller in the bestselling tradition of Portrait of a Spy, Rules of Betrayal and The Bourne Identity. Readers will enjoy a great tale of courage, fear and betrayal.

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Enter Sandman by Michael Edward

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Every town has their history, their legends.

For Eric and his friends it is no different. Bored one cold winter night and without much thought, they decide to fill their time by going to 'the wall' and testing the town legend.

The legend of the Sandman:

Sign your name on the wall and the Sandman will come for you. You will have three choices: Sacrifice yourself...sacrifice a loved one...or he will take both.

Enter Sandman is a short story that is part One in a series titled The Wall.

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Rescue of the Heart by Joel Wilson

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Action and Adventure, Drama, Romance
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Sabotage and a violent storm worked together to keep Stacy's plane from reaching its destination. It went down in the stormy waters of the North Atlantic. No one could have survived the crash. Her body was never found. She was declared to be dead and a memorial service was held. Her husband, Jonas, was devastated. It had been a year since he had seen his wife, Stacy. She was on her way to join him when the tragedy struck. Jonas could not accept that she had died and was always on the watch, hoping that she would one day show up. Time and her absence took its toll on Jonas heart and he found himself falling for another woman who resembled Stacy. Through it all, though, Jonas could not let Stacy go and he decided to search for her himself.

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MONSTERS OF THE MIDWAY: 1969 - Sex, Drugs, Rock 'n Roll, and Football by Jeff Rasley

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Historical, Humor, Sports
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Was this ragtag band of precocious intellectuals the worst, or the most courageous, team in college football? From 1892 until the 1930s the legendary Monsters of the Midway dominated college football. However, in 1939 the University of Chicago dropped out of the Big Ten and killed its varsity football program.

But now, it's 1969 and football is back. The resurrection of Chicago football hasn't brought the Monsters back to life. The team plays more like the lab mice of the Midway. The new Maroons are called ""the worst team in college ball"" by People Magazine. But this under-sized and outnumbered team is also compared to the hero of Troy courageously facing Achilles. They lose game after game. Yet, guys whose IQ is greater than their weight refuse to give up their mission to win one for their old coach, Wally Hass. Wally's goal is to win one more game before he retires which would make his 100th victory as a coach.

Sex, drugs, rock and roll, the Draft Lottery, the Anti-War Movement and student rebellion on college campuses in the late 60s -- the University of Chicago is swimming against the cultural tide by resurrecting its football program. Jack Blair is a small town Hoosier kid who just wanted to go to the best college in the Midwest. In Chicago Jack encounters characters as disparate as Muhammad Ali, Milton Friedman, and George Halas.

Jack joins the team for resume-building. His goal is to win the Rhodes scholarship and maybe a football game.Along with his teammates he is swept into the tumult of the late 1960s. He falls in love with a radical feminist who demonstrates against the return of football to Chicago. He rooms with a secular Jewish kid taking ballet whose father has begun manufacturing something called a computer chip.

Jack's teammates reflect the wackiness of the times. There is the 135 pound nose guard and the 295 pound Sumerian scholar. On the team bus the Maroons blast The Mothers of Invention on an 8-track, smoke pot and worry about a friend's suicide attempt.

An assistant coach rides Jack for not fully committing to the team.His favorite professor chides him to concentrate on his studies. Jack comes of age in a bewildering cultural milieu of frats, jocks, hippies and Marxist radicals. But his greatest challenge is whether he can learn to love and make an authentic commitment.

The book is inspired by the author's experience of playing on the resurrected University of Chicago Maroons a/k/a the Monsters of the Midway.

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