By Tom Kratman
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4. Tom Kratman is co-author, with John Ringo, of Watch at the Rhine and Yellow Eyes, novels within the New York Times best-selling Posleen conflict series.
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Five hundred years from now, humankind has stumbled on a hyperlink to a remarkably Earth-like planet and settled there, dividing –as people will -- into dozens of realms. The Federated States of Columbia has consolidated energy and risen opposed to the oppression of Earth's corrupt Caliphate. but if Salafi madmen bent on a brand new jihad kill FSC Captain Patrick Hennessey's kin in a cowardly assault, they bring about an enemy that would exhibit even much less mercy than they do.
A mythical warrior is born: Carrera, the scourge of Salafism. he'll forge a military from the decrepit is still of an army in a failing kingdom. He will locate those that killed his kinfolk. he'll wreck them completely. And he'll attempt like hell not to turn into precisely just like the enemy he's struggling with.
in basic terms whilst he's accomplished will there be peace: the peace of an empty wind because it blows throughout a wilderness strewn with the bones of Carrera's enemies.
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A Desert Called Peace (Baen Science Fiction) by Tom Kratman