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Bright Star

by Harold Coyle

In the not-too-distant future, an assassination attempt by Libyan terrorists sparks an Egyptian retaliatory raid across the borders. As the conflict intensifies, U.S. and Soviet troops are drawn into the battle. Front-line soldiers on both sides embark on daring commando raids and face horrific nerve gas attacks.

Combat

by David Hagberg Dean Ing Stephen Coonts R. J. Pineiro Dale Brown Harold Coyle Larry Bond James H. Cobb Barrett Tillman Ralph Peters

Ten military fiction authors reveal in their short novels how war will be fought in the 21st century.

Cyber Knights 1.1

by Harold Coyle Jennifer Ellis

Cyber Knights 1.1 is the second part in a stunning two-part collection of stories based on true-life cyber vulnerabilities, by Harold Coyle and Jennifer EllisHere be Dragons. In the Age of Discovery, unexplored areas of a map were often marked with this warning. Today, such a warning could easily be applied to the internet. Hackers and cyber assassins present a constant threat to individuals, companies, and institutions. Protecting these targets requires a new kind of warrior, a cyber knight armed with the skills, weapons, and savvy needed to slay today's dragons. One such digital warrior is Andy Webb, a former British Army officer. Together with Karen Spencer, a shy, twenty-something American who is a wizard when it comes to software, and Tommy Tyler, a rough and ready ex-soldier and hardware expert, Webb forms Century Consultants. The cyber security firm must work to defend its clients from the hackers, criminals and hired cyber assassins who seek out victims on the world wide web.

Dead Hand

by Harold Coyle

When an asteroid impact in the USSR threatens to set off a nuclear war, an international force of Special forces act.

God's Children

by Harold Coyle

A tale of high-tech warfare set in the near future, this is the story of the 3rd Platoon, C Company, 2nd Battalion of the 13th Infantry, and 2 young officers who attempt to keep the peace.

More Than Courage

by Harold Coyle

Courage is often enough to drive a soldier forward, to cause him to climb out of his foxhole and face enemy fire. But it takes something else, something more than courage to keep HIM going when every instinct, every shred of reason dictates that he do otherwise. This hard truth becomes self-evident when the men belonging to Recon Team Kilo, a Special Forces A team operating deep in hostile territory, is overwhelmed by indigenous forces. Stripped of their leadership and unit cohesion, the survivors struggle to stay faithful to a code of conduct in the face of brutal imprisonment and an uncertain future. Isolated from their brethren, each man is forced to rely upon his own skills and strengths. Some rise to the occasion with a defiance that is unnerving to their captors and some draw upon an inner grace that sees them through their darkest hours. Others, alone and suffering, find themselves wavering as they are hammered by an unending drumbeat of depraved cruelty. The challenges faced by those selected to rescue the men of Recon Team Kilo are no less daunting, the catalysts that propel them and see them through any diverse. For Robert Delmont, Special Ops Plans Officer, a compelling need for atonement colors his recommendations. He steers the Army's senior leadership toward a course of action that allows him to become an active participant. Courage is not a factor for the commander of the unit selected to execute Delmont's plan. A dedicated professional, Lieutenant Colonel Harry Shaddock has no doubt that the men under his command will follow him anywhere--even into an operation designed to save fellow soldiers while putting his own in harm's way. While Dermont, Shaddock, and other members of the armed forces bend their collective efforts to save the survivors of Recon Team Kilo, the families of those men must endure a trial no less daunting. They must find a way to deal with their fears and their emotions as they stand on the sidelines watching their loved ones killed off, one by one, by a ruthless foe in a contest that demands more of them than any had imagined. In order to triumph, all must reach out and draw upon something within, something more than courage.

Sword Point

by Harold Coyle

Gambling on hostile relations between Iran and the US, the Soviet Union invades Iran. America strikes back but when the Soviet onslaught is stopped by an American counter-attack, the superpowers discover that Iranian fanatics have a nuclear bomb ready to explode.

Team Yankee: A Novel of World War III

by Harold Coyle

A realistic depiction of World War III combat follows Captain Sean Bannion and the tank soldiers of Team Yankee as they battle the Russian invasion force, from Hill 214 in West Germany to the ultimate cease-fire.

They Are Soldiers

by Harold Coyle

Military fiction about the national guard and the middle east

Trial by Fire

by Harold Coyle

Enjoying a brief period of peace, the United States is caught by surprise when a government overthrow in Mexico suddenly destabilizes the two countries almost 2,000 mile long undefended border..Diplomatic negotiations begin, but a series of savage cross border attacks on civilians compels the U. S. to mobilize its armed forces, invade Mexico and establish a security zone. While politicians and the people debate the controversial invasion, the United States Army must win quickly what could deteriorate into a long, bloody war.

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