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The Hunt: The Creed Book 1 - W.J. Lundy

Mar
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The Hunt: The Creed Book 1

“Vengeance is mine; I will repay.” – Leo Tolstoy

Matthew Hagan is one of the last holdouts from a society lost. Embedded deep inside Alexandria, he is an operative and vigilante-for-hire. Wherever he goes, a path of destruction follows, making him one of the most wanted men by the despotic government of the small nation-state.

As Hagan loses hope that he’ll be able to carry out his original objective, he obtains a list of names. Names of the people involved with the attack on his village two years ago. Names that will pay for their crimes against his family. But as he tracks down his targets, Hagan discovers that one of Alexandria’s most elite soldiers is hot on his heels, threatening his quest for retribution.

Will Hagan succeed in bringing justice to the unjust? Or will he fall into the hands of the brutal dictatorship of Alexandria?

The hunt is on in this post-apocalyptic military thriller written by W.J. Lundy and AJ Powers.

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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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