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In this first installment of the Common Ground Series, the US Capitol is under attack from a handful of extremists. Dedicated to their cause and led by a man whose cruelty knows no bounds, the enemy is poised to unleash hell on earth.
A lone shaman with military connections must gather a force of unconventional heroes to derail the attacks. Each warrior possesses skills in
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Published 2008 by Lyrical Press
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Animals ever vigilant over guardians. A homeless man and woman reading the signs and protecting the city. A teenager set to enter the House Page program with unknown gifts. Others filled with hatred. A man with a strong affinity for metal that melds with the engine he directs. Another with an A.I. run home and car. New friends and two Bikers with a strong sense of self and have served their country well...

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