Death Card

Death Card

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by Nick L. Sacco
     
 

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A United States president mad with power declares himself dictator, suspends the Constitution and declares war on the American public. Unleashing a reign of terror, the United States citizens find themselves victims of a tyrannical ruler harsher than Stalin or Hitler. In the Midwest, the general of a nuclear armed Air Force base fights back and members of the DEATH

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A United States president mad with power declares himself dictator, suspends the Constitution and declares war on the American public. Unleashing a reign of terror, the United States citizens find themselves victims of a tyrannical ruler harsher than Stalin or Hitler. In the Midwest, the general of a nuclear armed Air Force base fights back and members of the DEATH CARD militia rise up to challenge the president’s private army. Read DEATH CARD today before it is banned by the government TOMORROW!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781771431064
Publisher:
CCB Publishing
Publication date:
10/18/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
350 KB

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Meet the Author

Nick L. Sacco served in the United States Marine Corps where he was trained to be a silent but deadly USMC sniper. Nick is also a retired police motorcycle officer from Kansas City, Missouri. He is a proud ultraconservative and an American patriot who travels full-time across the country, constantly remaining off the grid and outside the reach of government spying and intrusion. Nick Sacco is an at-large member of the United States Marine Corps League and former Commandant of the Kansas City, Missouri Detachment. He was also the founder and President of the first Fraternal Order of Police Chapter in Kansas City, Missouri. Along with his smoking hot girlfriend Marcy, Nick remains on the move, seldom remaining in the same location for more than a few days, and always vigilant of government threats to our freedoms.

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Death Card 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Received this book two days ago, started reading it at 3:00 p.m., finished it at 3:30 a.m. Could not put it down. The story is fast moving and really keeps you there. A political thriller with the content that is incredibly appropriate for our time. This book really pulls you into the story, and I like that.