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About Terry Mixon
#1 Bestselling Military Science Fiction author Terry Mixon served as a non-commissioned officer in the United States Army 101st Airborne Division. He later worked alongside the flight controllers in the Mission Control Center at the NASA Johnson Space Center supporting the Space Shuttle, the International Space Station, and other human spaceflight projects.
He now writes full time while living in Texas with his lovely wife and a pounce of cats. Visit terrymixon.com to learn more.
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Commodore Jack Romanoff and his ragtag crew have repaired their ancient battleship, scattered their adversaries at New Copenhagen, and discovered what was really behind the invasion. Now they must make the enemy bleed and begin liberating the cluster.
Betrayal from the shadows.
When someone unexpected conspires against him, Jack must keep his ship and crew united and safe. If he fails, someone powerful that should have had his back will stick a knife into it, and the aliens will enslave or exterminate them all.
Honor or victory? Can he have both?
Commodore Jack Romanoff and his crew won the battle for New Copenhagen but lost their quantum drive in the fight. Now they must free the human prisoners and strengthen their defenses before the Locusts trap them.
If it’s not already too late.
Only the alien hyperdrive they recovered offers a chance to get a new quantum drive and more missiles before time runs out. To master it and solve the mystery of the invasion, they must open a dialog with the aliens and get their willing cooperation. Somehow.
With no time to waste, they’d best be persuasive.
Admiral Jack Romanoff and his crew have fought the invaders to a standstill and have plans to strike them even harder, but that won’t be easy. The Novarites know about them now and will be ready, the Locusts are too strong to beat in a head-on fight, and the Poseidon Group has evaded them.
War is the realm of uncertainty.
A new enemy might be on the horizon, but Jack couldn’t afford to be distracted at a critical juncture like this. Everyone’s plans were shrouded in the fog of war, and no one knew what to expect in the cauldron of battle. Even so, his ship would fight. Humanity demanded no less than victory.
Courage, above all things, is the first quality of a warrior.
Two centuries after the Confederation staved off an invasion by the robotic Locusts, Captain Jack Romanoff faces mandatory retirement from an ever-shrinking Navy. Actions speak louder than words. The Confederation doesn’t think the Locusts are coming back.
But what if the politicians are wrong?
Snared in a scheme he doesn’t fully understand or trust, Jack gets his promotion, but it comes with a catch. With a crew of rejects, he must restore the most powerful warship humanity has ever built, after centuries of neglect and decay, before time runs out.
If he fails, humanity might not need to worry about history repeating itself ever again.
Be where your enemy is not. – Sun Tzu
The time has come for Commodore Jack Romanoff and the crew of the battleship Delta Orionis to strike back at the robotic Locusts. He’s outgunned, outnumbered, and commands a battleship flown by battered and bloodied reenactors and trainees.
Yet they must win.
The Locusts control New Copenhagen, but that’s the only place they can get nuclear warheads for their missiles. They must launch an alpha strike to take the system and hold it against all comers. If they fail, they lose their most potent offensive weapons and leave billions trapped under the invaders’ robotic heels.
They must not fail.
Commodore Jack Romanoff and his merry band of ragtag Navy rejects—skilled yet young war reenactors, a rescued Navy crew, and a Confederation spy—have rescued more than two hundred civilian ships and escaped a massacre in a battleship over two centuries old.
Too bad they blew a fusion plant doing it.
Trapped in a deserted system with the Locusts after them, they have a hard deadline to sort out the mess. Standing in the way is an arrogant Navy captain unwilling to bend his stiff neck, and the man’s unexpected—and unwelcome—allies.
Yet clever friends and shocking secrets may still turn the tide.
Jack and his crew have only one chance to get it right. To do that, he must bind them all together with bonds of blood.
Admiral Jack Romanoff and his ragtag crew had paid in blood for breathing room to repair their ship and resupply. With that done, they could track down the Poseidon Group conspirators and kick the Locusts out of the cluster. Their fortunes seemed to be on the rise.
With enemies all around, seek to maneuver.
Only after examining the intelligence gathered during the invasion, it became clear a fresh storm was brewing on the horizon, and his ancient battleship would be battered like never before. In a battle of titans, there were only the victors and the dead, so triumph they would, no matter the cost.
When backed into a corner, always come out fighting.
After successfully striking back at the alien invaders, Commodore Jack Romanoff and his crew have liberated the cluster capital at Argent. For the first time, it seems like they might be getting their feet back underneath them.
Keep your enemies closer.
When the secretive Poseidon Group—the people behind the conspiracy that threatened the very security of the Confederation—attacks, Jack and his allies must stand back to back against the traitors. Can they unmask the traitors before a knife in the dark leaves them defenseless?
Trust no one.
From the outside, The Lyon’s Den doesn’t look like much; there isn’t even a sign. But Mercs of all species know that if you head to southwest Houston, near the Starport, there’s a particular run-down strip mall that looks like it’s been abandoned for years. The glass door second from the south end of the strip is plastered over on the inside with blue paper, and the faint golden outline of a rampant lion is the only clue.
The door is locked, of course, and beyond the door is nothing but a darkened hallway with a downward slope and a slight curve to it. Once you follow this curve far enough, you are greeted by two very large, very well-armed Lumar. “Welcome to the Lyon’s Den,” the larger of the two says without a translator, and without a trace of an alien accent. “You know the rules?”
Welcome back to the Four Horsemen universe, where only a willingness to fight and die for money separates Humans from the majority of the other races. Edited by bestselling authors and universe creators Mark Wandrey and Chris Kennedy, “The Gates of Hell: More Tales from the Lyon’s Den” includes fifteen all-new stories in the Four Horsemen universe by a variety of bestselling authors—and some you may not have heard of…yet. Want to know why Asbaran Solutions changed its logo or where Roland’s head went? Better learn the rules to the Lyon’s Den…and then step inside!
Inside, you’ll find:
Bayonets by Kacey Ezell
The Price Of Victory by Zane Voss
The Bitter End by Mark Wandrey
Freedom Of Maneuver by Kevin Ikenberry and Casey Moores
Jaws Of Defeat by Jon R. Osborne
They Called Him Pops by Kevin Steverson
Bushwhacked! By Terry Mixon
First Steps by Richard Alan Chandler
Unnatural Selection by Dan Bridgwater
Long Live The Huma by Chris Kennedy
Fire From Fire Quickened by Rob Howell
Roland The Headless Mech Driver by William Alan Webb
The Mushroom Farm by Casey Moores
No Good Deed by Alex Rath
The Thelosi Gambit by Quincy J. Allen
The war against the AIs is won but the fight for humanity has only just begun. With the xenophobic Clans rampaging though the Rebel Empire, Princess Kelsey Bandar must convince the skeptical resistance to help them to establish a base of operations to fight back.
To do that, Kelsey needs every ally she can get and a whole lot of luck. Instead she finds herself trapped in an alien universe while her mother tries to save the day.
As her friends struggle to accomplish the work without her, she has to decipher the alien place holding her. Even if she does get free, can she turn the situation around in her own universe before everything comes apart in their faces?
Only luck can run out just when you need it the most.
Outnumbered and outgunned, they must salvage victory from certain defeat. Failure means extermination, invasion, and the loss of everyone they love. Can they beat the odds just one more time?
If you love military science fiction and grand adventure on a galaxy-spanning scale, grab “When Luck Runs Out” and the rest of The Empire of Bones Saga today!
How hard could that be?
Imprisoned in a dead megacity and surrounded by howling savages thirsty for their blood, they must triumph or die. And if they die, humanity dies with them.
If you love military science fiction and grand adventure on a galaxy-spanning scale, grab “Victory on Terra” and the rest of The Empire of Bones Saga today!
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