After serving over half of his life in the military, Marcus decides to retire, reside and travel in his new home country Germany. But after a few years, his health takes a turn for the worse, with his cancerous death sentence of one year left to live. After an incident at the local train station brings about problems with the police and the court system, he decides to utilize the little time left on earth, and his former military training, to hunt some of the Islamic State Terrorist who are posing as Refugees. Those who are beginning to plan further attacks in his new homeland.
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About the Author
As a permanent resident in Germany since 1984, possibilities of fluent conversation dwindled as the years went by and people returned to the U.S.A. We Americans tend to totally integrate into our new society, especially the language and we tend to slowly loose the fluency in our own language For the last few years, since discovering a new medication for my affliction, (read my Autobiography “Gallant I stand with My Shaking Hands), I’ve taken up typing again. Ergo, I started my new hobby of writing, with eclectic themes spanning the entire spectrum. And honestly speaking, sometimes I know the word in German, have forgotten what it is in English, and need Bing Translator, but my vocabulary is getting back up to par. So in the hope that you all enjoy what I write, I’ll continue as long as possible. And if you like my writing, I would appreciate it if you'd post a link on Facebook, Linked In, Google+, Redit, Pinterest, or any of the many other social media sites. Near the bottom of each books page is “Also by This Author”, but unfortunately it list only the latest Ten E-Books. A complete list is at the bottom of my interview page: simply click on the interview hyperlink below. p.s. And don’t forget: "If you don't know a word, don't ignore the chance to look it up!” Greetings from Stuttgart Germany! David