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Terror in Teutoburg Forest

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"An evil empire is determined to enslave them and take their land. I feel we have an obligation to stand and fight." --Sergeant Matt Taylor, United States Army Teutoburg Forest, 2009 The Terrorist Assault Team's orders were clear. They were to storm the house, capture the terrorists, free the hostages and contain the bomb. None of the twenty-six member, highly trained TAT ...more
Paperback, 308 pages
Published February 23rd 2009 by Authorhouse
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David
Apr 27, 2009 David rated it it was amazing
Excellent book that takes a little known historic event and blends science fiction with it. Buy it...you won't be sorry
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John L. Rothdiener's home is nestled in the Missouri Ozarks, in the town of Bolivar. The author has had a lifelong passion for writing. Over the years, he has written many short stories and newspaper articles. Forgiveness is his third novel and the first in his Quest series. His ideas have been conceived in dreams, which he firmly believes are inspired by God. Each novel pierces the soul, often ...more
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