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Extinction Cycle: Battle For Orchard Hill - W.J. Lundy


Extinction Cycle: Battle For Orchard Hill

A deadly Ebola outbreak rages across Africa. The United States scrambles teams of scientists from the Centers for Disease Control. America’s top field agents tasked with collecting samples and developing a cure. A secret lab of scientists, racing against the clock, mixing man-made chemicals with the worst that nature has to offer, stumbles upon a would-be cure; but was it a cure they were even after?

Thus begins the greatest outbreak in the history of human-kind. A disease so deadly and rapidly evolving, it pushes the human race to the brink of extinction. Entire populations and regions of the United States quickly wiped out, falling victim to the plague. In the wake of the fast-spreading pandemic, state and local governments, desperate for answers, rush to provide relief to the devastated and overwhelmed communities. Experts in Bio-Medical Research are desperately summoned to Atlanta and military facilities across the country.

On a cold morning, the men of India Company, Second Platoon: Task Force Resolve, are alerted and rapid-deployed to central Michigan. Their mission: to recover and escort experts in biomedicine, specifically in the development and production of vaccines. With faulty intelligence and half-truths, Second Platoon moves forward. This is their story.


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When the riots started and the city began to burn, he made a personal choice to die on the streets fighting, not hiding in his apartment like a coward.

He dug through his hall closet until he found the small canvas bag. Shane left most of his old uniforms in a dumpster when he was discharged from the Army, but he’d kept one. It was worn and battered but still bore all of his patches.

Not the typical clean and pressed uniform that soldiers wore when on garrison duty state side. It was the uniform he’d worn on his last deployment, the one that sent him home with pins in his back and a headache that never went away.

He put on the uniform and stood in front of his bathroom mirror, frowning. His hair was shoulder length; his beard long and unkempt. He barely looked the twenty-eight year old man that he knew he still was. “Damn,” he said, laughing and shaking his head as he undressed, “the Sergeant Major would have my ass.”

Lundy, W.J.. Something To Fight For (Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Book 5) . PHALANX PRESS. Kindle Edition.
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