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Northern Fury: H-Hour

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Summary

August 1991. Soviet hardliner Pavel Medvedev knows that only bloodshed can save the USSR from complete collapse. With violence breaking out in the streets of Moscow, few realize that he is piloting the Soviet Union on a collision course with its deadliest enemy yet: NATO.  US Marine Colonel Robert Buckner, passed over for a coveted command, takes a post working for Vice Admiral Falkner on his way to retirement. As the world is lurching towards World War Ill, he finds his way towards a panoramic view of the unfolding crisis with a pivotal role to play. War breaks out across the globe, but the pin falls in the far north, where soldiers and civilians alike must battle not just the enemy, but the unforgiving elements. With arsenals of high-tech weapons loosed in both directions, the ultimate reward may not be victory, but survival.  H-Hour is the first book of the Northern Fury series, which tells the alternate history of World War Ill's northern front through the eyes of those who lived it.

©2019 Ursus Rising Books (P)2020 Ursus Rising Books

Narrator: Arthur Morton
Length: 21 hrs and 40 mins
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Parallel Worlds and Possible Futures

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Sixteen thought-provoking short tales that will make you question everything.  Take a trip through alternate realities and into many possible futures.  Your view of the world will never be the same again.

©2019 David McAllister (P)2019 David McAllister

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Bru and Bacchus

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In the Spiral Gap sector of our galaxy...hope could be reborn. While believers on Earth are struggling against the government-imposed FANU doctrines, enforced by tireless robot guardians.... While a Napoleonic conqueror seeks to dominate the newly emerging world of Generaton.... While a disillusioned star pilot and his uncanny bionic copilot are hunted by a deadly assassin....  A race of unseen being....

©2013 Mark N Aikins (P)2020 Mark N Aikins

Narrator: Arthur Morton
Author: Mark Aikins
Length: 15 hrs and 33 mins
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SFR

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Sometimes things have to get worse before they can ever be better. And Mers’s unhappy life is about to get worse.... TWID-Security agent Vayg is deep undercover. If she can get back to Rainbow city, she can bring down a crime boss. Unfortunately, she’s been mortally wounded and is lying in the desert along with her now-dead attackers. Raised to hate people, especially women, Mers avoids them by wandering the desert, scavenging as winds shift the sands. Upon witnessing a fight far off, he waits for the outcome. When all three people fall to the ground and don’t rise, Mers races across the desert to collect their now-relinquished panel truck and motorbike. He and Teah, his cow-like whake, reach the machines only to find the woman who owned the bike isn’t as dead as he’d hoped. Forced to obey the one rule of kindness his father taught him - hospitality - he agrees to hide her from the men who hunt her. Never having lived in close quarters with anyone but his controlling father, Mers is confused by Vayg, the embodiment and antithesis of all he thought women were, and by the many new feelings she invokes. And as Vayg finds comfort and safety under the shelter of a man whose bookshelf is filled with anti-fem books, she experiences her own confusion. Can a man who has no idea of what love is learn, or will Vayg have to forget the only man she’s ever felt at home with? This book contains adult situations and violence.

©2018 HalfFast Press (P)2020 HalfFast Press

Narrator: Arthur Morton
Author: Julia Ward
Length: 4 hrs and 21 mins
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